The GMC says that dignity and respect for the individual.

The GMC says that dignity and respect for the individual, the instructions are the most important topics. Doctors should not discriminate against, or to prejudice, what kind of medical care specific groups of patients – like the end of life – for example, people with disabilities, older people or those from ethnic minorities. Responses to the consultation and previous research has shown that some of these groups may receive substandard care at the end of life.

We looked at the many responses we received to the consultation, with great care and they have helped us shape this guide which will help physicians to make decisions within a clear framework of principles to make ethically and legally accepted in our society. Bob Taylor, Consultant, Paediatric Intensive Care, but I thinkast Hospital for Sick Children, former Vice President of the Northern Ireland Ethics Forum and a member of the working group, said:.. Lady Christine Eames OBE, Chairman of the Working Group on End of Life Decision Making, said:at the end of life decisions can be incredibly difficult and medical advances have added the complexity. During the development of the guidelines, I deeply impressed by the commitment, sensitivity and thoughtfulness of doctors, nurses and others are working with patients who are impressed with nearly the end of life.The study is available online By courtesy of kaisernetwork.org kaisernetwork.org can emphatically all Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage from display looking , or, or sign up for email delivery to Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report being publishes on kaisernetwork.org a free service from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. Fifty – eight % of the doctor said they believed their income was tied to improve productivity said, and about half of the physicians, they were of losing Cash due to high quality care.

Most doctors will responses feedback do so through patient surveys, while 25 percent of doctor said she will receive quality-of -care information from external sources, like health plans.