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Existing research and training in palliative care ethics appear not to focus on, or be tailored to, practice in China. This research aims to fill these gaps by: first, identifying and exploring the ethical challenges Chinese healthcare professionals have confronted during their provision of palliative care; second, identifying the ethical training they have received and the extent to which they feel prepared to address relevant challenges; and, third, proposing changes, for example, to existing training in order to better equip these professionals. The significance of this research includes offering up-to-date knowledge of palliative care provision and relevant ethical training in China, assessing the utility of these training schemes and eventually making insightful suggestions.
This is an "empirical bioethics" project, which has three phases (mapping-framing-shaping). The mapping phase involves literature reviews. The framing phase involves qualitative research. The researcher plans to retrieve and thematically analyse empirical data via one-to-one semi-structured interviews. Considering the unique cultural and social background, the data collection will be undertaken in Mandarin in selected hospitals in China. The shaping phase then combines the previous theoretical and empirical findings, using an "empirical bioethics" methodology - reflexive balancing - with a view to making recommendations for future practice.
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1/10/21 → 30/09/24
- 1 Article (Academic Journal)
Global patient outcomes after elective surgery: Prospective cohort study in 27 low-, middle- and high-income countriesInternational Surgical Outcomes Study (ISOS) group, 2016, In: British Journal of Anaesthesia.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-review284 Citations (Scopus)
Zhao, S., 27 Sep 2022
Student thesis: Master's Thesis › Master of Science (MSc)File