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Ethical foundations of palliative care for Alzheimer disease

Ruth B Purtilo; H ten Have


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  • Title:
    Ethical foundations of palliative care for Alzheimer disease
  • Author: Ruth B Purtilo; H ten Have
  • Description: Darkness cometh: personal, social, and economic burdens of Alzheimer disease / Richard L. O'Brien -- Neuropathology and symptomatology in Alzheimer disease: implications for caregiving and competence / Roger A. Brumback -- The clinical challenge of uncertain diagnosis and prognosis in patients with dementia / David A. Bennahum -- Expanding the scope of palliative care / Henk A.M.J. ten Have -- Hospital-based palliative care and dementia, or what do we treat patients for and how do we do it? / Marcel G. M. Olde Rikkert and Anne-Sophie Rigaud -- Elderly persons with advanced dementia: an opportunity for a palliative culture in medicine / Pierre Boitte --
    Autonomy and the lived body in the cases of severe dementia / Wim J.M. Dekkers -- The moral self as patient / Judith Lee Kissell -- The practice of palliative care and the theory of medical ethics: Alzheimer disease as an example / Rien Janssens -- The tendency of contemporary decision-making strategies to deny the condition of Alzheimer disease / Jos V.M. Welie -- Advance directives and end-of-life decision making in Alzheimer disease: practical challenges / Winifred J. Ellenchild Pinch -- Saying no to patients with Alzheimer disease: rethinking relations among personhood, autonomy, and world / Franz J. Illhardt --
    The ethical challenge of treating pain in Alzheimer disease: a dental case / Gunilla Nordenram -- Alzheimer disease and euthanasia / Bert Gordijn -- The role of nurses and nursing education in the palliative care of patients and their families / Elizabeth Furlong -- Ethical dimensions of Alzheimer disease decision making: the need for early patient and family education / Linda S. Scheirton -- Changing patterns of protection and care for incapacitated adults: perspectives from a European society in transition / Eugenijus Gefenas --
    Social marginalization of persons with disability: justice considerations for Alzheimer disease / Ruth B. Purtilo -- Biomedical research in Alzheimer disease / Patricio F. Reyes -- Conducting research in the Alzheimer disease population: balancing individual, group, family, and societal interests / Søren Holm -- Drugs and dementia: pharmacotherapy and decision making by primary caregivers / Amy M. Haddad.
  • Local Note: acq2005eth
  • Publication Date: c2004
  • Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Format: xxi, 368 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 0801878705 (hbk.)
  • Subjects: Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Palliative treatment -- Moral and ethical aspects; Palliative treatment -- Moral and ethical aspects; Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Hospice care -- Moral and ethical aspects; Alzheimer Disease -- nursing; Ethics, Professional; Palliative Care -- trends
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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