Dealing With the Issue 'Care of the Dying' in Medical Education -- Results of a Survey of 592 European Physicians
Medical Education 2000 February; 34(2): 146-147
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Importance of the Advance Directive and the Beginning of the Dying Process From the Point of View of German Doctors and Judges Dealing With Guardianship Matters: Results of an Empirical Survey van Oorschot, B.; Simon, A. (2006-11)OBJECTIVES: To analyse and compare the surveys on German doctors and judges on end of life decision making regarding their attitudes on the advance directive and on the dying process. DESIGN: The respondents were to indicate ...
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