More Talk, Less Paper: Predicting the Accuracy of Substituted Judgments
Sulmasy, Daniel P.
Terry, Peter B.
American Journal of Medicine. 1994 May; 96(5): 432-438.
Allowing to Die; Attitudes; Chronically Ill; Communication; Comparative Studies; Consent; Decision Making; Dementia; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Faculty; Informed Consent; Internal Medicine; Life; Medicine; Patients; Persistent Vegetative State; Prognosis; Religion; Socioeconomic Factors; Third Party Consent;
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Sulmasy, Daniel P.; Terry, Peter B.; Weisman, Carol S.; Miller, Deborah J.; Stallings, Rebecca Y.; Vettese, Margaret A.; Haller, Karen B. (1998-04-15)BACKGROUND: Patients' loved ones often make end-of-life treatment decisions, but the accuracy of their substituted judgments and the factors associated with accuracy are poorly understood. OBJECTIVE: To assess the accuracy ...
Sulmasy, Daniel P.; Terry, Peter B.; Weisman, Carol S.; Miller, Deborah J.; Stallings, Rebecca Y.; Vettese, Margaret A.; Haller, Karen B. (1998-04-15)