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Legal frameworks for addressing the well-being of terminally ill children

Legal frameworks for addressing the well-being of terminally ill children
Legal frameworks for addressing the well-being of terminally ill children
Adolescent, Adult, Child, Child Welfare, Government Regulation, Humans, Minors, Organizational Policy, Resuscitation Orders, School Health Services, Schools, Students, Terminally Ill, United States, Comment, Journal Article
1526-5161
74-76
Viens, Adrian M.
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Bibbee, Jeffrey R.
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Viens, Adrian M.
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Bibbee, Jeffrey R.
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Viens, Adrian M. and Bibbee, Jeffrey R. (2005) Legal frameworks for addressing the well-being of terminally ill children. The American Journal of Bioethics, 5 (1), 74-76. (doi:10.1080/152651690927962).

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: Adolescent, Adult, Child, Child Welfare, Government Regulation, Humans, Minors, Organizational Policy, Resuscitation Orders, School Health Services, Schools, Students, Terminally Ill, United States, Comment, Journal Article

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/413471
ISSN: 1526-5161
PURE UUID: 826c3da1-e112-4f4d-9ba2-9bbeb2ed5e25

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Author: Adrian M. Viens
Author: Jeffrey R. Bibbee

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