When do no harm might mean letting someone die

In a hospital, nurses are focused on keeping patients alive. But what are the ethical considerations when that life is little more than just a heartbeat? Kristen McConnell is a nurse and writer, and she joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the decisions families must grapple with when a critically-ill family member faces a recovery that’s far from a functioning life – and to talk through how to know when it’s time to let go. Her article in The Atlantic is “The Medical Care That Helps No One.”