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Les soins palliatifs

Abstract : This article traces the history of care especially with religious hospices that have scattered in Europe in the Middle Ages until the creation of French Palliative Care Support Company in the 1980’s. Then it defines the palliative cares as “the care and support that must be provided whenever a pathological condition threatens life, whether death occurs or can be prevented”. Then it recalls the legal framework in particular with: the law n° 99-477 of June 9th 1999 ensuring the right of access to the palliative cares; the law n° 2002-303 of March 4th 2002 about the patients’ rights and the Health system quality; and the law n° 2016-87 of March 4th 2002 creating new rights in favor of the patients and people at the end of life, and the different national plans implemented.
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Jean-Martin Andarelli, Xavier Cabannes, Christophe Debout, Marc Dupont. Les soins palliatifs. Journal de Droit de la Santé et de l’Assurance Maladie, 2018. ⟨hal-01782689⟩

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