Barriers to Completion of Healthcare Proxy Forms: A Qualitative Analysis of Ethnic Differences
Morrison, R. Sean
Zayas, Luis H.
Baskin, Shari A.
Meier, Diane E.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1998 Summer; 9(2): 118-126.
Advance Care Planning; Advance Directives; Aged; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Communication; Comparative Studies; Comprehension; Counseling; Cultural Pluralism; Consent; Death; Decision Making; Family Members; Family Relationship; Forms; Hispanic Americans; Knowledge; Minority Groups; Motivation; Physicians; Proxy; Qualitative Research; Research; Survey; Terminal Care; Third Party Consent; Trust;
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Morrison, R. Sean; Zayas, Luis H.; Mulvihill, Michael; Baskin, Shari A.; Meier, Diane E. (1998-12-07)BACKGROUND: Advance directives have not been uniformly used by different segments of the US population and studies have consistently shown a lower prevalence of advance directives among African Americans and Hispanics compared ...