Do-Not-Resuscitate Discussions: A Qualitative Analysis
Family Practice Research Journal. 1992; 12(2): 157-169.
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Ventres, William; Nichter, Mark; Reed, Richard; Frankel, Richard (1992)
Ventres, William; Nichter, Mark; Reed, Richard; Frankel, Richard (1993)Summary: This ethnographic study has shown how one attempt to apply ethical principles through a routine procedure failed to fit the clinical context and, in the two cases studied, served to counteract the very foundation ...
Ventres, William; Nichter, Mark; Reed, Richard; Frankel, Richard (1993-06)