Humane Medicine — When difficult decisions must be made

Moral distress: when clinicians feel they cannot do the ethically appropriate thing. Midnight medicine: when difficult decisions must be made with no time for consultation and critique. more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Humane Medicine column — Midnight Medicine: A time when difficult decisions must be made — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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2 comments on “Humane Medicine — When difficult decisions must be made

  1. Suzanne Konopka, PA-C says:

    Thanks, Brian, for the article on this. It was daring. It also did not go far enough or speak clearly enough about life issues. The elephant in the room is getting bigger. Dare more.

  2. Cynthia Davies, PA says:

    This was a very real and compassionate treatment of this subject. Few people have the perspective a pediatrician brings. I just read this in an old episode of JAAPA, and I was speechless for quite some time. This really touched me.

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