John Kerr posted in end of life care • euthansia • general practice • GPs • pallative care • physician assisted suicide on July 24th, 2015.
A new survey of New Zealand GPs shows that many make decisions about end of life care that may indirectly or directly hasten death. Caring for a patient at the end of their life is an unenviable challenge faced by many general practitioners. A new survey by researchers at the University of Auckland has canvassed […]
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