Analysis of Models and Theories Applicable in Making Palliative Care Decisions There are various models and theories applied by physicians while making decisions regarding palliative care. First, the moral relativism model has varying rules that are applied in several situations. Indeed, relativism may be a mere matter of using identical basic principles differently on patients’ cases, or, more fundamentally, hence enabling patients and nurses understand that there can be fundamental distinctions in what is considered wrong or right in various health situations or contexts. This model helps the physicians to accept that the procedures used while treating a certain patient would differ if the same problem has occurred in another client (Pratt & Wood, 2015).
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