[“I want to die” – dealing with suicidal wishes in primary palliative care].


Different attitudes towards, and ideas about the end of life, represent an often experienced challenge in palliative care provided by family doctors. If values diverge too strongly, considerable strain can originate from it for the health care professionals, in particular if it is about assisted suicide. How do family doctors experience the incompatibility… (More)
DOI: 10.1024/0040-5930/a000731


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