Parents' Perceptions of Decision Making for Children
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. 1995 Spring; 23(1): 15-19.
Allowing to Die; Alternatives; Children; Clinical Ethics; Communication; Competence; Comprehension; Consent; Consultation; Decision Making; Disclosure; Dissent; Ethics; Ethics Consultation; Evaluation; Family Members; Family Relationship; Futility; Hospitals; Information Dissemination; Minors; Parental Consent; Parents; Patient Advocacy; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Physicians; Professional Competence; Professional Family Relationship; Resuscitation; Resuscitation Orders; Uncertainty; Withholding Treatment;
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