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- Part A Listening to Patients
- 1 Consent for Intensive Care: Public and Political Expectations vs. Conceptual and Practical HurdlesDominic Bell
- 2 Refusing and Demanding Medical Treatment in Intensive CareAlex Ruck Keene and Zoë Fritz
- 3 DNAR: To Resuscitate or Not to Resuscitate?: Rights, Wrongs, Ethics, and the Voice of the PatientHazel Biggs
- Part B Listening to Doctors, Parents, and Relatives
- 4 Spanner in the Works or Cogs in a Wheel?: Parents and Decision Making for Critically Ill Young ChildrenThérèse Callus
- 5 Adults Who Lack Capacity to Consent and Deprivation of LibertyDaniele Bryden
- 6 Promoting the Best Possible Death: Futility in Terminally Ill Patients Who Lack CapacityChristopher Newdick and Christopher Danbury
- 7 Diagnosing DeathDale Gardiner and Andrew McGee
- Part C External Influences
- 8 Doing What’s Best: Organ Donation and Intensive CareLouise Austin and John Coggon
- 9 Conflicts of InterestNeil Soni, the late Andrew Lawson, and Carl Waldmann
- 10 Social Media in Intensive CareRosaleen Baruah
- 11 Pandemic Planning after Covid-19Christopher Danbury, Christopher Newdick, Alex Ruck Keene, and Carl Waldmann