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Pharmacists and Euthanasia; a Dutch report integrating pharmaceutical, medical, legal and ethical perspectives.

  • In: Short oral presentations, Part 2a (Practice & Education) on Tuesday, 30 August 2016, 11:20-11:30
  • At: Buenos Aires (Argentina) (2016)
  • Type: Presentation
  • By: GöTTGENS-JANSEN, Wilma (Radboud Institute for Health Sciences,, Scientific Center for Quality of Healthcare, Beuningen, Netherlands)
  • Co-author(s): Wilma Göttgens-Jansen:|Marianne Dees:Scientific Center for Quality of Healthcare,Radboud Institute for Health Sciences,Nijmegen,Netherlands|Martin Buijsen:Institute of Health Policy & Management and Erasmus School of Law,Erasmus University,Rotterdam,Netherlands|Annemieke Horikx:Drug Information Centre,Royal Dutch Pharmacists Association,The Hague,Netherlands|Evert van Leeuwen:Scientific Center for Quality of Healthcare,Radboud Institute for Health Sciences,Nijmegen,Netherlands
  • Abstract:

    The practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide is an extremely serious and emotional event in the lives of the patient and his/her loved ones. However, it also has a significant effect on the physician and pharmacist. Euthanasia or assisted suicide is not a practice that pharmacists encounter on a daily basis. Pharmacists in the Netherlands are


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