Careful Conversation About Care at the End of Life
Annals of Internal Medicine 2002 December 17; 137(12): 1009- 1010
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Sedation, Alimentation, Hydration, and Equivocation: Careful Conversation About Care at the End of Life Jansen, Lynn A.; Sulmasy, Daniel P. (2002-06-04)In the recent medical ethics literature, several authors have recommended terminal sedation and refusal of hydration and nutrition as important, morally acceptable, and relatively uncontroversial treatment options for ...
Attitudes About Care at the End of Life Among Clinicians: A Quick, Reliable, and Valid Assessment Instrument Bradley, Elizabeth H.; Cicchetti, Domenic V.; Fried, Terri R.; Rousseau, David M.; Johnson-Hurzeler, Rosemary; Kasl, Stanislav V.; Horwitz, Sarah M. (2002-03)