The Minnesota Model: Building Interdisciplinary Capacity to Defend Human Rights in Challenging Times

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Medicine & Life Sciences

Medical Ethics
Delivery of Health Care
Medical Futility
Advance Directives
Medical Philosophy
Therapeutics
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Moral Obligations
Right to Die
Physicians
Physical Restraint
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Beneficence
Assisted Suicide
Empirical Research
Health Facilities
Social Responsibility
Patient Rights
Politics
Decision Making
Resuscitation Orders
Suicide
Disease Outbreaks
Research
Patient Self-Determination Act
Alzheimer Disease
Research Design
Health Care Reform
Plague
Nursing Homes
Health
Placebos
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Legislation
Ethics
Aptitude
Ethical Analysis
Professional Ethics
Value of Life
Patient Participation
Social Isolation
Health Services Accessibility
Home Health Nursing
Nutritional Support
Policy Making
Malpractice
Clinical Medicine
Living Wills
Enteral Nutrition
Emergency Medical Services
Proxy
Pandemics
Psychological Stress
Health Care Costs
Clinical Trials
Terminal Care
Vitamin E
Public Hospitals
Patient Care
Anniversaries and Special Events
Hospitalization
Anxiety
Medicine
Teaching Hospitals
Oxygen
Caregivers
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Medical Records
Reading

Arts & Humanities

Social Responsibility