Hospice at home services allow people to receive hospice care in their own home this may be care when someone is getting near to the end of their life respite care to give carers a break or it may just be care during a difficult time some teams can offer nursing care 24 hours a day hospices and palliative care teams will provide support for carers in the community for example . Hospice care 15 palliative care 16 further resources 19 euthanasia and physician assisted suicide 39 communication patients and healthcare professionals 45 children at the end of life 46 research with dying patients 49 ethical issues after death of patient 50 homelessness at the end of life 52 further resources 53 glossary 54 further reading 57 references 65 4 part i what is death 5 . Assisted suicide and euthanasia beyond terminal illness advocates for physician assisted suicide and euthanasia often claim these practices will only affect a narrow class of terminally ill patients who are expected to die soon in any case but there is ample evidence of a slippery slope toward ending the lives of patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities or even those who are . While euthanasia is banned in most countries and all states in us it is physician assisted dying or pad that has been allowed in some states such as oregon montana washington etc on grounds of compassion in euthanasia it is the doctor or the physician who administers the lethal medication that would end the life of the person but in physician assisted suicide the patient with the help
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