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Table 1 Groups of organising concepts and associated database search terms

From: Relational autonomy: what does it mean and how is it used in end-of-life care? A systematic review of argument-based ethics literature

A. Relational Autonomy B. End of Life C. Ethics
relational; relational autonomy; shared autonomy; family autonomy; relational approach; relational responsibility; relational care; relational anthropology; relational personhood; relational account; relational turn; relational dignity; human relatedness; interdependency; shared decision making; social autonomy; solidarity; communitarian; beyond autonomy; beyond individualism euthanasia; palliative care; withholding treatment; terminal care; assisted suicide; pain management; right to die; death with dignity; hospice care; advance directives; attitude to death; resuscitation orders; advance care planning; euthanize; palliative sedation; do not resuscitate; do not intubate; supportive care; physician-assisted suicide; assisted death; aid in dying; medical assistance in dying; mercy killing; end of life; terminal therapy; patient comfort; comfort care; living will; dignity therapy; palliative therapy; treatment withdrawal ethics; philosophy; bioethics; morals; ethical analysis; principle-based ethics; medical philosophy; medical ethics; theology; morality