Confessions of a bedside rationer: Commentary on Hurst and Danis

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 17 (3):267-269 (2007)

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: Samia Hurst and Marion Danis provide a thoughtful framework for how to judge the morality of bedside rationing decisions. In this commentary, I applaud Hurst and Danis for advancing the level of debate about bedside rationing. But when I attempt to apply the framework to my own clinical practice, I conclude that the framework comes up short
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DOI 10.1353/ken.2007.0017
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