Conflict Over Death by Neurologic Criteria: Caution, Consent, and Nursing Considerations

American Journal of Bioethics 23 (1):88-90 (2023)
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Maddie’s story illustrates the critical importance of healthcare teams (HCTs) having inclusive multidisciplinary provider meetings prior to siloed conversations with families. It is paramount that...



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