The committee also serves to protect the rights of all individuals involved by ensuring that decisions are made in accordance with established standards & regulations thus preventing any potential abuses of power/authority from taking place. Additionally, they can also provide additional support for families & caregivers whenever necessary depending on circumstances surrounding each case.
Conclusion: An ethics panel is vital when it’s time to enforce advance directives from patients. It helps ensure that everyone involved gets treated fair and their interests are protected, regardless of whether or not the wishes of each party differs from what has been accepted. This ensures that all patients receive quality healthcare in line with their preferences.