Program for Biomedical Ethics Lecture: Palliative Sedation: "The Last Resort for Intractable Suffering"
“Palliative sedation” is a medical intervention associated with controversy at best, and confused with “assisted death” at worst. With the current course of clinical medicine in the US it is anticipated more providers will deal directly with this topic.
It is important for clinicians to engage in reflection and discussion of this currently-available element of clinical practice.
Yale New Haven Hospital, Saint Raphael CampusRebecca Gagne Henderson APRN, ACHPN, PhDcPalliative Services Program Manager Faculty, Yale Medical School End of Life Program Affiliate Faculty, Yale Medical School Bioethics Program Clinical Faculty, Yale School of Nursing
- Kendall Palladino, PhdManager, Spiritual Care, Yale New Haven Hospital, St. Raphael Campus; Certified Associate Educator with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education; Board-certified Chaplain
- Lydia Dugdale, MD, MARAssociate Professor Term; Associate Director, Program for Biomedical Ethics; Co-Director, Yale Program for Medicine, Spirituality, and Religion