Older Adults' Preferences for Independent or Delegated End-of-Life Medical Decision Making
Moorman, Sara M
Journal of aging and health 2011 Feb; 23(1): 135-57
This study assesses the proportions of participants who prefer independent or delegated medical decision making at the end of life and examines the relationships of personal beliefs, affiliative beliefs, and end-of-life planning behaviors to decision-making preference.
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