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Title :フランス終末期法と「死ぬ権利」論 : その枠組と展開
Authors :大河原, 良夫
Issue Date :Feb-2015
Abstract :End-of-life issues such as decisions to withdraw or reduce active treatment,palliative care,the role of the family in end-of-life care and demand for euthanasia are becoming more critical today than ever before,according as medical progress increasingly prolongs the life expectancy of the seriously ill. In France,the Act of 2005 on PatientsʼRights and End of Life Care, known as the “Leonetti Act”, introduced several new measures. Nevertheless, the legal provisions are still not always fully known :end-of-life decisions are not always discussed with the patients and medical teams,plus very few patients draw up advance directives,as recommended in the Leonetti Act,and which the Vincent Lambert case is the first court referring to. Legalising “right to die”such as terminal sedation, assisted suicide, euthanasia remains a extremely controversial topic in the social and political arena, as seen since the 2012 presidential election -Rapport Sicard -Avis of CCNE and until now. This study focuses on the recent debate on end-of-life care and right to die in France. Also it looks at how the debates delved.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :02876620
Publisher :福岡工業大学
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/11478/1126
citation :福岡工業大学研究論集
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Citation :福岡工業大学研究論集 Vol.47 no.1-2 p.11 -20
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