Preferences of Physicians and Their Patients for End-of-Life Care
Gramelspacher, Gregory P.
Hanna, Mark P.
Tierney, William M.
Journal of General Internal Medicine 1997 June; 12(6): 346-351
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Gramelspacher, Gregory P.; Zhou, Xiao-Hua; Hanna, Mark P.; Tierney, William M. (1997-06)OBJECTIVE: Both physicians and patients view advance directives as important, yet discussions occur infrequently. We assessed differences and correlations between physicians' and their patients' desires for end-of-life care ...
Tierney, William M.; Dexter, Paul R.; Gramelspacher, Gregory P.; Perkins, Anthony J.; Zhou, Xiao-Hua; Wolinsky, Fredric D. (2001-01)
Effectiveness of Computer-Generated Reminders for Increasing Discussions About Advance Directives and Completion of Advance Directive Forms: A Randomized, Controlled Trial Dexter, Paul R.; Wolinsky, Fredric D.; Gramelspacher, Gregory P.; Zhou, Xiao-Hua; Eckert, George J.; Waisburd, Marina; Tierney, William M. (1998-01-15)BACKGROUND: Physicians can increase the rate of completion of advance directive forms by discussing directives with their patients, but the means by which physicians can be induced to initiate these discussions are unclear. ...