School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
Death and dying are the bitter truth that is faced by every person inevitably. Paying respect to the decision of a patient in a hospital setting is always a challenging task. In eastern countries, family plays an important role in decision making. But it always overrides the preferences and wishes of the patient and this leads to violation of ethical principles such as autonomy, informed consent and veracity. Looking a situation from different paradigms and deciding the best solution on the ground of ethical principles should be the utmost priority of the healthcare provider.
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Ali, B. I.
(2017). The horns of dilemma: Life or sovereignty. Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics, 8(6), 1000317.
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