Health Care: Life-Sustaining Treatment. Concurrent Resolution No. 33
California. Legislature. Senate Introduced 15 August 1983
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An Act to Revise and Recast the Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care Law and the Natural Death Act for Withholding or Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment as Part of a New Act, the Health Care Decisions Law, and Provide for Advance Health Care Directives and Health Care Decisions for Patients Without Surrogates Unknown author (California. Laws, Statutes, etc, 1999-10-06)
Knowledge and Attitudes of Health Care Workers Regarding MOLST (Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment) Implementation in Long-Term Care Facilities Vo, Hieu; Pekmezaris, Renee; Guzik, Howard; Nouryan, Christian; Patel, Charito; Vij, Brinder; Tai, Julia; Wolf-Klein, Gisele (2011-01)We studied the impact of knowledge and attitudes of physicians, nurses, and social workers in nursing facilities of the Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment(MOLST)implementation. The results indicate that in the ...
Key Role of Social Work in Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution Process: Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) Program in New York and Shared Medical Decision Making at the End of Life Bomba, Patricia A; Morrissey, Mary Beth; Leven, David C (2011-01)In this article, the authors review the development of the Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) Program and recent landmark legislation in New York State in the context of advance care planning and shared ...