Being Honest With the Patient and Ourselves: Do We Give Our Patients Accurate Insight Into Anticipated Results of Treatment? An Irish Perspective
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Information in the ICU: Are We Being Honest With Our Patients? the Results of a European Questionnaire Vincent, J.L. (1998-12)BACKGROUND: We were interested in determining the current practices and views of European intensive care doctors regarding communication with patients and informed consent for interventions. METHODS: A questionnaire was sent ...
Information in the ICU: Are We Being Honest With Our Patients? The Results of a European Questionnaire Vincent, J. L. (1998-12)
Hearing the Silence of Patients Who Did Not Receive an Anticipated Organ Transplant: "Being Second in Line" Sloan, Rebecca S.; Gittings, Jennie; Mudge, Christine (1999-09)