Ethical issues in end-of-life geriatric care: the approach of three monotheistic religions - Judaism, Catholicism, and Islam

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Title

Ethical issues in end-of-life geriatric care: the approach of three monotheistic religions - Judaism, Catholicism, and Islam

Author

Clarfield, A. Mark
Gordon, Michael
Markwell, Hazel
Alibhai, Shabbir M.H.

Publisher

2003/08/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20030800

Primary Classification

20.4.1

Secondary Classification

20.4.1;1.2;9.5.2;20.4.1;20.5.1

Primary keywords

aged--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Jewish ethics--[pri];Roman Catholic ethics--[pri];terminal care--[pri]

Secondary keywords

advance directives;allowing to die;artitifical feeding;autonomy;autopsies;case studies;comparative studies;double effect;family members;justice;patient care;prolongation of life;referral and consultation;resource allocation;suicide;terminal care;third party consent;treatment refusal;truth disclosure;withholding treatment;value of life;ventilators

Journal Article

Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2003 August; 51(8): 1149-1154

Note

30

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

journal

Subject Captions

c r

Bibliography

24 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Ethical issues in end-of-life geriatric care: the approach of three monotheistic religions - Judaism, Catholicism, and Islam,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33855.