Helping Patients to Achieve What They Find Most Meaningful in Life
作者: Edmund G. Howe
刊名: JClinEthics, 2018, Vol.29 (4), pp.247-260
来源数据库: The Journal of Clinical Ethics
原始语种摘要: Patients’ and families’ greatest need is often to do what for them is most meaningful. This may be, for example, their religion, their family, or their doing good for others. This piece will explore ways in which care providers may help maximize these ends. Paradigms offered will include Jehovah’s Witness patients needing kidney transplants, a transgender adolescent wanting his sperm preserved, care providers’ deciding whether to disclose that a deceased organ donor had HIV, and care providers seeking to do good for children profoundly impaired and adults who feel shame for just existing.
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  • wanting 缺少
  • shame 羞耻
  • greatest 最大的
  • meaningful 有意义的
  • doing 行为
  • will 意志
  • piece 一块
  • deciding 判定
  • profoundly 深深地
  • preserved 保藏的