Home Healthcare Nurse
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Hospice, Values, Ethics, Professional Boundaries
In providing hospice care, clinicians are confronted with ethical challenges on a daily basis involving their patients and families, their personal values and beliefs, and organizational practices. Being able to objectively understand these ethical challenges and having a plan of action to address is essential in effectively fulfilling the role of being a hospice professional.
Longenecker, Paul D., "The Ethical Balancing Act of Hospice Care" (2010). Health and Sports Sciences Faculty Scholarship. 4.
Longenecker, P.D. "The Ethical Balancing Act Of Hospice Care." Home Healthcare Nurse 28.7 (2010): 407-413.