Compassion & Choices reports that 42 large medical centers, hospitals, and hospices across the state have adopted policies allowing their doctors to offer MAID to terminally ill patients who request it.
The New Jersey Hospital Association has a implementation toolkit here. Compassion & Choices has a free online “Find Care” tool that enables New Jerseyans to find the nearest healthcare facility with this patient-supportive policy.
- How Ethics Can Support Clinicians Caring for Critically Ill Patients
- Patients and Teams Caring for Them: Parallels Between Critical Care and Emergency Medicine
- Indication and Prognostication
- Consent, Advance Directives, and Decision by Proxies
- Cultural Diversity
- Inter-professional Shared Decision-Making
- Shared Decision-Making With Patients and Families
- Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Triage
- Usage of Cutting-Edge Technology: ECPR
- Usage of Cutting-Edge Technology: ECMO
- Limiting Life-Sustaining Therapies
- Advancing Palliative Care in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
- Organ Donation and Transplantation
- Disproportionate Care, Ethical Climate, and Moral Distress
- To Treat or Not to Treat: How to Arrive at an Appropriate Decision Under Critical Circumstances
- Epilogue: Critical Care During a Pandemic – A Shift from Deontology to Utilitarianism?