The rose of Sharon: what is the ideal timing for palliative care consultation versus ethics consultation?

Journal of Clinical Ethics 23 (3):231 (2012)

Ethics committees and palliative care consultants can function in a complementary fashion, seamlessly and effectively. Ethics committees can “air” and help resolves issues, and palliative care consultants can use a low-key, longitudinal approach
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