Assessing Quality of Life: Moral Implications for Clinical Practice
Medical Care. 1992 May; 30(5, Suppl.): MS166-MS175.
Advance Directives; Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Beneficence; Biomedical Technologies; Caring; Common Good; Communication; Competence; Decision Making; Ethics; Evaluation; Health; Health Status; Justice; Life; Medical Ethics; Medicine; Methods; Moral Policy; Patient Care; Patient Participation; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Policy Analysis; Quality of Life; Self Concept; Suffering; Treatment Outcome; Values;
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Albert, Steven M.; Frank, Lori; Kleinman, Leah; Leidy, Nancy Kline; Legro, Marcia; Shikiar, Rich; Revicki, Dennis; Murri, Rita; Fantoni, Massimo; Antinori, Andrea; Ortona, Luigi; Hyland, Michael E.; Apolone, Giovanni; Leplege, Alain; Hunt, Sonja (1998-02-11)
Leplege, Alain; Hunt, Sonia (1997-07-02)The use of the term "quality of life" to encompass the values and perceptions of patients has created doubt, confusion, and misunderstanding among practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and patients. The principal reason ...