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    Aaliyah Staggers

    this statement suggests that more training should’ve been done to handle such situations.

    John Theiele Observed everything around him crumbling. he saw the condition of a particular patient he knew was unlikely to receive further care he knew the staff had already done the best they could and the patient was unlikely to survive and decides it was best to alleviate the patient’s suffering

    the events described in the book definitely challenged many religious and moral beliefs that i’m sure a lot of the patients and their families had in that hospital,many people believe that suicide is a way of not making it into heaven so Im sure this is something they would’ve never consented to but this highlights the challenges of obtaining informed consent in a chaotic and resource-constrained environment. Medical staff had to make these difficult decisions on behalf of patients

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