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Are there biases that might prejudice the provider’s evaluation of the patient’s quality of life?What ethical issues arise concerning improving or enhancing a patient’s quality of life?ASSESSMENTDEPARTMENT
Do quality-of-life assessments raise any questions regarding changes in treatment plans, such asforgoing life-sustaining treatment?
What are plans and rationale to forgo life-sustaining treatment?What is the legal and ethical status of suicide?
CONTEXTUAL FEATURESThe Principles of Justice and FairnessAre there professional, interprofessional, or business interests that might create conflicts of interest inthe clinical treatment of patients?
Are there parties other than clinicians and patients, such as family members, who have an interest inclinical decisions?
What are the limits imposed on patient confidentiality by the legitimate interests of third parties?
Are there financial factors that create conflicts of interest in clinical decisions?
Are there problems of allocation of scarce health resources that might affect clinical decisions?Are there religious issues that might affect clinical decisions?
What are the legal issues that might affect clinical decisions?

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