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    Psychosocial Determinants of Nurses’ Intention to Practise Euthanasia in Palliative Care.Mireille Lavoie, Gaston Godin, Lydi-Anne Vézina-Im, Danielle Blondeau, Isabelle Martineau & Louis Roy - 2016 - Nursing Ethics 23 (1):48-60.
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    The Nature of Care in Light of Emmanuel Levinas.Mireille Lavoie, Thomas De Koninck & Danielle Blondeau - 2006 - Nursing Philosophy 7 (4):225-234.
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    Nursing Art as a Practical Art: The Necessary Relationship Between Nursing Art and Nursing Ethics.Danielle Blondeau - 2002 - Nursing Philosophy 3 (3):252-259.
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    Psychosocial Determinants of Physicians’ Intention to Practice Euthanasia in Palliative Care.Mireille Lavoie, Gaston Godin, Lydi-Anne Vézina-Im, Danielle Blondeau, Isabelle Martineau & Louis Roy - 2015 - BMC Medical Ethics 16 (1):6.
    Euthanasia remains controversial in Canada and an issue of debate among physicians. Most studies have explored the opinion of health professionals regarding its legalization, but have not investigated their intentions when faced with performing euthanasia. These studies are also considered atheoretical. The purposes of the present study were to fill this gap in the literature by identifying the psychosocial determinants of physicians’ intention to practice euthanasia in palliative care and verifying whether respecting the patient’s autonomy is important for physicians.
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    Frontière entre la mort et le mourir.Mireille Lavoie, Thomas De Koninck & Danielle Blondeau - 2009 - Laval Théologique et Philosophique 65 (1):67-81.
    Les notions de «mort» et de «mourir», parfois utilisées sans distinctions dans la littérature, font référence à deux dimensions fort différentes pour la personne en fin de vie, de même que pour toutes les personnes appelées à en prendre soin . Alors que la personne malade voit venir la mort, elle doit vivre son mourir. La mort succède ainsi au mourir, dans le temps. Par ailleurs, une réflexion d’ordre philosophique permet de préciser que la mort s’avère une ordonnance de la (...)
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    D à la rédaction.Misericôrdia Angles, Jean-Louis Baudoin, Danielle Blondeau, Paul Beauchamp, Richard Bodeus, Stéphane Bingham, Pierre Cariou, Odile Celier, Jean-Marc Charron & Lucien Ceyssens - 1993 - Laval Théologique et Philosophique 49 (2):381-384.
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    De la crise des différences à la bioéthique - I.Lucien Morin & Danielle Blondeau - 1984 - Laval Théologique et Philosophique 40 (2):227-240.
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    La Différence: Condition of Exclusion or of Reconnaissance?: Original Article.Danielle Blondeau - 2009 - Nursing Philosophy 10 (1):34-41.
    From the Middle Ages onto the 19th century, following the trend set in leper hospitals, madness was to be hidden, secluded in dark places, far away from the mainstream of society. The emergence of the mad person, perceived as inevitably different, allows to make the boundaries between reason and folly, between human and inhuman, irrelevant. If leper hospitals have almost emptied out, if there are much fewer confinement facilities, the values and images related to the leper or the mad person, (...)
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