Double effect, double bind or double speak?

Gilbert, J.; Kirkham, S.
September 1999
Palliative Medicine;1999, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p365
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on issues affecting palliative care research. Issues arising from the failure to recognize dying as a normal process in palliative care; Principles of palliative care that have double effect according to researchers' interpretations.


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