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To: Ethics Advisory Board From: An American Nurse reader Subject: Questions about a previous article I’m concerned about the overall message of a prior Ethics Inbox column from June 2021. “Protecting privacy while supporting nurses” described a home hospice patient being brought to an emergency department, receiving aggressive resuscitation there, and then being transferred to…

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