Good Care of the Dying Patient
JAMA. 1996 Feb 14; 275(6): 474-478.
Active Euthanasia; Advance Care Planning; Allowing to Die; Alternatives; Assisted Suicide; Cancer; Counseling; Death; Decision Making; Dementia; Depressive Disorder; Disclosure; Education; Empirical Research; Euthanasia; Evaluation; Health; Health Care; Hospices; Hospitals; Insurance; Medical Education; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Pain; Palliative Care; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Prognosis; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Quality of Health Care; Research; Resuscitation; Review; Statistics; Suffering; Suicide; Terminal Care; Treatment Outcome; Trends; Truth Disclosure;
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