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Ethical, cultural and professional considerations

Read the article “What does it mean to die” Article that can be accessed on google or the New Yorker website by Rachel Aviv and Considering the theoretical frameworks for ethical decision making and some of the ethical principles discussed in the readings for this week, what ethical dilemmas do you recognize? How would you have addressed them? How would you have facilitated the relationship/interaction between the family and the healthcare team? How would have you practiced cultural humility in this situation?
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