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Paragraph 9.1 refers to the HPSCA's 'Guidelines for the withholding and withdrawing of treatment', [19] and states that non-maleficence requires palliative care practitioners not to harm their patients, and complements beneficence and the balancing of risks and benefits.
In order to comply with HPSCA guidelines, the study suggested that information therapists should be qualified healthcare professionals [15] with additional background in philosophy, bioethics, information science, health informatics and law.
(11.) HPSCA. HPCSA Guidelines for Good Practice in the Health Professions 2008.