Which Factors Have the Greatest Influence on Bereaved Families' Willingness to Execute Advance Directives in Taiwan?
Hsiung, Yi-Fang Yvonne
Cancer nursing 2011 Mar-Apr; 34(2): 98-106
Preferences for end-of-life care and attitudes toward executing advance directives (ADs) vary depending on ethical and cultural influences. In traditional Asian family-centered decision making, the family makes important medical decisions. Few studies have examined willingness of Taiwanese to execute ADs.
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