Classification: Clinical Ethicist
A clinical ethicist has been trained in bioethics and ethics case consultation. The clinical ethicist addresses medical-ethical dilemmas arising in clinical practice, such as end-of-life care, refusal of treatment, and futility of care; assists patients and health care providers with medical decision-making; and provides ethics education for patients and families.
Source: National Uniform Claim Committee [1/1/2011: new]
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The NPI Database was last updated on 5/16/2022 with 7,320,677 records.