Strategies for handling ethical problems in sudden and unexpected death

Åsa Rejnö, Ella Danielson, Linda Berg
  • Nursing Ethics, March 2013, SAGE Publications
  • DOI: 10.1177/0969733012473770

Strategies for handling of ethical problems when death comes suddenly and unexpectedly

What is it about?

The articla reports on a study examining ethical strategies for handling ethical problems when death is a sudden unexpected death from stroke team members perspectives.

Why is it important?

The article reveals ethical strategies for the handling of ethical problems in connection with acute stroke leading to unexpected sudden death, the way the carers prefer and use the strategies and hindrences to use the strategies in the preferred way.


Ms Åsa Rejnö
Skaraborg hospital and University West, Sweden

The article shed light on ethical strategies for handling ethical problems and hindrances to use the strategies. Knowledge about hindrances ggives possibilities to manage such hindrances and thus might contribute to promote a more ethical care.

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