Palliative care and Bioethics

Palliative care is a philosophy and a way of caring that aims to enhance the quality of life of patients and their families facing problems associated with life-threatening illnesses. The objective of palliative care is the prevention and relief of suffering by symptom control by integrating the Health Sciences with the Humanities.

  • Palliative care and Research ethics
  • Palliative care and Organ donation ethics
  • Cross-cultural Issues at the End of Life
  • Professionalism and Physicians Facing Death
  • Pain, Suffering, and the Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Therapy

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