Tag Archives: Research ethics in palliative care

Current clinical practice guidelines on palliative sedative for adults: What are the ethical challenges of this practice?

Dr Martyna Tomczyk and Prof Ralf J Jox, researchers in the ethics of palliative care at the Institute of Humanities in Medicine, Lausanne University Hospital in Switzerland, with the invaluable help of Mrs Cécile Jaques, a medical librarian at the … Continue reading

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Research ethics in palliative care: A hallmark in Palliative Medicine now curated in a new virtual issue

Do you have ethical concerns or issues related to your research that you would like to share and discuss with readers of ‘Palliative Medicine’? Sandra Martins Pereira and Pablo Hernández-Marrero introduce the latest virtual issue of the journal and welcome future submissions. … Continue reading

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