2004
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2004.02982.x
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Abstract: Nurses in Belgium are largely involved in administering lethal drugs in end-of-life decisions, while their participation in the decision-making process is rather limited. To guarantee prudent practice in end-of-life decisions, we need clear guidelines, professionally supported and legally controlled, for the assignment of duties between physicians and nurses regarding the administration of lethal drugs to reflect current working practice. In addition, we need appropriate binding standards governing mutual comm… Show more

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