When it comes to people, one size doesn’t fit all: A comment on Wayne

Ethics and Behavior 29 (3):254-258 (2019)
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Dr. Wayne proposes that an autonomy-based approach to the treatment and care of older patients with dementia be replaced with an agency-based approach. In this commentary, I suggest that such a shift is unnecessary and would undermine patients’ moral, legal, and human rights.
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