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WB 310 E56 (disponible) - Monographie
End-of-life communication in the ICU : a global perspective / ed. CRIPPEN, David W..
New York : Springer, 2008, xx, 178 p.


Lieux géographiques
: États-Unis

Mots-clés principaux
:
Soins en fin de vie
Soins intensifs
Prise de décision

Mots-clés secondaires : Perspective internationale ; Aspect éthique ; Mort ; Aspect légal ; Aspect psychosocial ; États-Unis ; Canada ; Nouvelle-Zélande ; Royaume-Uni ; Israël ; Amérique latine ; Grèce ; Afrique du Sud ; Inde ; Japon

Résumé :

-An important work that will be essential reading for healthcare practitioners who work in differing cultural contexts
-Provides solutions to discussing options when the outcome is uncertain
-Highly informative treatment of the way that different cultures view death

Advances in technology have led to a global network of physicians in which information, data, and practices can be openly shared to help ensure high-quality care. End-of-Life Communication in the ICU is a manifestation of this belief that a multiplicity of perspectives can assist in the decision-making process. The book, with contributions from a diverse group of leaders in the international ICU community, examines how different cultures view death and explores how healthcare providers around the world communicate to patients and family members such sensitive issues as withholding or withdrawing life support and discussing options when the outcome is uncertain. Intensivists and other members of the intensive care unit will benefit greatly from this thoughtful dialogue about the emotional, ethical, and legal complexities of making end-of-life decisions.

Written for:
Medical students, residents and practitioners in these specialties: Intensive Care/Critical Care Medicine, Surgery, Oncology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine/General Practice, Ethicists, Critical Care Nurses


Illustrations : ill.
Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 24429 ISBN / ISSN : 9780387729657
NumRec : 2442903
 

       

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