Applying end of life care, respecting religious beliefs

A nurse giving health news to an older couple

Conflict and confusion often surround the application of religious beliefs to end of life decisions. Keeping a clear and open dialogue with patients and their family and friends is vital to surmounting the challenge of keeping everybody happy, write Becky Fitzpatrick, partner at Hill Dickinson LLP and Dr Timothy Strang, ...

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