Bioethics for clinicians: 6. Advance care planning.


Advance rate planning is a process whereby a patient, in consultation with health care providers, family members and important others, makes decisions about his or her future health care. Grounded in the ethical principle of autonomy and the legal doctrine of consent, advance care planning helps to ensure that the norm of consent is respected should the… (More)


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@article{Singer1996BioethicsFC, title={Bioethics for clinicians: 6. Advance care planning.}, author={Pamela Singer and G. Robertson and Debasish Roy}, journal={CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne}, year={1996}, volume={155 12}, pages={1689-92} }