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  1. Shin Y. Kim, Roger Rochat, Abel Rajaratnam & Ann Digirolamo (2009). Evaluating Completeness of Maternal Mortality Reporting in a Rural Health and Social Affairs Unit in Vellore, India, 2004. Journal of Biosocial Science 41 (2):195-205.
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  2. Shin-Ja Kim (2008). Medizinische Werte des Hippokratismus und Wertfreiheit der Biomedizin. Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 5:85-92.
    The Hippocratism formulated the fundamental principles of medical action. It also includes the mental attitude of the doctor. The central point of medical postulate is the benefit to end suffering. The responsibility of the doctor contains the medical art as a foreground, and the ethical attitude of the physician as a background. The medical art is the purpose and the provision of medicine, and applies in all areas to sick people. The key points are the veneration of ethical values and (...)
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  3. Shin Kim, Moral Realism. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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  4. Shin-Ja Kim (2006). Das Philosophische Denken von Tasan Chŏng. P. Lang.
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  5. Shinmi Kim & Yunjung Lee (2003). Korean Nurses' Attitudes to Good and Bad Death, Life-Sustaining Treatment and Advance Directives. Nursing Ethics 10 (6):624-637.
    This study was an investigation of which distinctive elements would best describe good and bad death, preferences for life-sustaining treatment, and advance directives. The following elements of a good death were identified by surveying 185 acute-care hospital nurses: comfort, not being a burden to the family, a good relationship with family members, a readiness to die, and a belief in perpetuity. Comfort was regarded as the most important. Distinctive elements of a bad death were: persistent vegetative state, sudden death, pain (...)
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