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Making medical decisions for the profoundly mentally disabled

Norman L. Cantor

Making medical decisions for the profoundly mentally disabled

by Norman L. Cantor

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Informed consent (Medical law),
  • Mental health laws,
  • Insanity (Law),
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice,
  • Medical ethics,
  • LAW,
  • Conservatorships,
  • Decision making

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNorman L. Cantor
    SeriesBasic bioethics, Basic bioethics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF480 .C36 2005eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (vi, 307 p.)
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25543736M
    ISBN 100262269813, 1423726030
    ISBN 109780262269810, 9781423726036
    OCLC/WorldCa61704135

    Health care decisions for mentally retarded persons 1. Scope of authority. A record of such consultation shall be included in the mentally retarded person's medical record; (ii) if the person is in or was transferred from a residential facility operated, licensed or authorized by the office of mental retardation and developmental. Representing self as a victim and/or a disabled-person had its implications on virtual groups’ membership, social media use, gatekeepers’ decisions and subsequent : Licia Carlson.

    His fourth book, After We Die: The Life and Times of the Human Cadaver, was published by Georgetown University Press in His prior books are Making Medical Decisions for the Profoundly Mentally Disabled (, paperback ed. ), Advance Directives and the Pursuit of Death with Dignity (), and Legal Frontiers of Death and Dying (). He has published widely in legal and medical journals on the topic of the legal handling of dying medical patients, and is the author of three books: Making Medical Decisions for the Profoundly Mentally Disabled, Advance Directives and the Pursuit of Death with Dignity, and Legal Frontiers of .

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