Ben A. Rich

University of California, Davis

Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall

Davis, CA CA 95616-5201

United States

http://bioethics.ucdavis.edu/brich/

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Clinical Criteria for Physician Aid in Dying

Journal of Palliative Medicine 19(3): 259-262 (2016), Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Research Paper No. 2015-49
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 08 Dec 2015 Last Revised: 30 Dec 2016
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, Mitchell Hamline School of Law and University of California, Davis
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aid-in-dying, AID, death with dignity, physician-assisted suicide, end-of-life, bioethics

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Pharmacovigilence and the Plight of Chronic Pain Patients: In Pursuit of a Realistic and Responsible Ethic of Care

11 Indiana Health Law Review 83, 2014
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 09 Apr 2014
Daniel Goldberg and Ben A. Rich
East Carolina University - School of Medicine and University of California, Davis
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pain, pain management, universal precautions, opioids, informed consent, stigma, health law, public health law

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Postmodern Personhood: A Matter of Consciousness

Bioethics, Vol. 11, pp. 206-216, July 1997
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 17 Jun 2004
Ben A. Rich
University of California, Davis
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The Changing Legal Climate for Physician Aid in Dying

JAMA, Vol. 311, Number 19, p. 1961-1962 (2014), Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Research Paper No. 2014-24
Posted: 23 May 2014 Last Revised: 22 Jul 2014
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, Mitchell Hamline School of Law and University of California, Davis

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aid in dying, assisted suicide, active euthanasia, death with dignity, life-sustaining, physician aid, dying, death, end-of-life, patient, mentally competent, terminally ill, Quinlan, doctor, death panels, quality of life