Reconceptualizing ‘Psychiatric Futility’: Could Harm Reduction, Palliative Psychiatry and Assisted Dying Constitute a Three-Component Spectrum of Appropriate Practices?

American Journal of Bioethics 21 (7):65-67 (2021)
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Bianchi, Stanley, and Sutander argue in an insightful, cogent manner for the consideration of harm reduction as an ethically-defensible, non-paternal management approach for capable persons...



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