Should Doctors Inform Terminally Ill Patients? the Opinions of Nationals and Doctors in the United Arab Emirates
Al-Saadi, Ahmed M.H.
Al-Kaabi, Ali S.O.
Al- Kaabi, Mohammed R.S.
Al-Bedwawi, Saif S.M.
Al-Kaabi, Saif O.M.
Al-Neaimi, Salem B.S.
Journal of Medical Ethics 1997 April; 23(2): 101-107
Attitude of Health Personnel; Comparative Studies; Disclosure; Doctors; Family Members; Health; Health Personnel; International Aspects; Interviews; Patients; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Prognosis; Public Opinion; Questionnaires; Survey; Terminally Ill; Trust; Truth Disclosure; Sociology of Health Care; Truth-telling; Cultural Pluralism; Care of the Dying Patient;
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Should Doctors Inform Terminally Ill Patients? the Opinions of Nationals and Doctors in the United Arab Emirates Harrison, Ann; Al-Saadi, Ahmed M.H.; Al-Kaabi, Ali S.O.; Al-Kaabi, Mohammed R.S.; Al-Bedwawi, Saif S.M.; Al-Kaabi, Saif O.M.; Al-Neaimi, Salem B.S. (1997-04)OBJECTIVES -- To study the opinions of nationals (Emiratis) and doctors practising in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with regard to informing terminally ill patients. DESIGN -- Structured questionnaires administered during ...
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