By Mark D. Bennett
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The hospital chaplain asked several members of the ethics committee, including the hospital’s risk manager, to meet with her, Mrs. Latham, and Dr. Rall to deepen the discussion. m. Chapter 1 showed how personal perspective points each of us in a certain direction and orients our initial approach to an issue or decision. When people speak with strength and passion, it is clear that something really matters. Strong statements signal the presence of underlying values. This story begins with two powerful and seemingly opposing perspectives.
What I propose is the following. There are two more tests I want to run, to rule out the possibility of a reversible condition. Your husband is young; his body is strong. I should have the results by the end of this week, and if nothing positive shows up, then I agree. It’s time to stop treatment. ” Mrs. ” The assertion of what we want often involves the exchange of positions or the lodging of demands. This level of conversation easily breaks down into a power struggle. When Julie Latham asserted her legal rights, Dr.
Your husband is young; his body is strong. I should have the results by the end of this week, and if nothing positive shows up, then I agree. It’s time to stop treatment. ” Mrs. ” The assertion of what we want often involves the exchange of positions or the lodging of demands. This level of conversation easily breaks down into a power struggle. When Julie Latham asserted her legal rights, Dr. Rall countered by characterizing her desire as murder. Only by moving beyond what to do and naming why this matters to us can we leave the territory of power and begin the journey to the heart of the matter.
A Field Guide to Good Decisions: Values in Action by Mark D. Bennett