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Clay County Senior Services Grant to KC4 Aging in Community

Clay County Senior Services Grant to KC4 Aging in Community

An estimated 120 million adult Americans (57 percent) are either providing unpaid care to an adult family member or friend ...
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The Case of Teresa: Patient Vulnerability from a System’s Failure to Protect

The Case of Teresa: Patient Vulnerability from a System’s Failure to Protect

A framework of general strategies to help vulnerable persons should explore responses that will help individual patients, improve professional and ...
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The Case of Ophelia: Conflicting Values in the Placement of Violent Teenager with Mental Disability

The Case of Ophelia: Conflicting Values in the Placement of Violent Teenager with Mental Disability

Ophelia is fifteen years old, nearly six feet tall, and weighs 160 pounds. She has cognitive disabilities and has a ...
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The Case of Jack: What are the Limits of a Community’s Right to Know?

The Case of Jack: What are the Limits of a Community’s Right to Know?

Scrutinizing the Individual: What are the limits of a community's right to know? ...
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Case Study – It’s Too Much – First My Daughter, and Now This

Case Study – It’s Too Much – First My Daughter, and Now This

Fiona has custody of her two orphaned grandchildren and works as a housekeeper in a private home while the children ...
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Deliberative Democracy

Deliberative Democracy

Advance Care Planning programs build on the Center for Practical Bioethics’ legacy work in end-of-life care, with emphasis on increasing ...
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The Affordable Care Act Impact on US Hospitals

The Affordable Care Act Impact on US Hospitals

John Bluford, president and CEO of Truman Medical Centers in Kansas City, explains the mounting challenges U.S. hospitals face with ...
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The Challenges of Caregiving

The Challenges of Caregiving

An estimated 120 million adult Americans (57 percent) are either providing unpaid care to an adult family member or friend ...
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The Courts and Medical Futility

The Courts and Medical Futility

Thaddeus Pope, director of the Health Law Institute and an Associate Professor of Law at Hamline University School of Law ...
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