Based on author's thesis (doctoral - Deakin University, School of Law (Australia), 2014), under the title: Medico-legal decision making for incapacitated neonates.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction 2. The effectiveness of the best interests principle 3. Non-uniformity in clinical guidelines 4. The role, impact and importance of key care givers and decision makers 5. Theories of distributive justice : healthcare and resource allocation for extremely premature and critically impaired infants 6. Resource allocation : an objective approach in end of life decision making for extremely premature and critically impaired infants 7. Other observations and concluding remarks.