Training in End-of-Life Care Through Interaction With Dying Patients
Academic Medicine 2001 May; 76(5): 517
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Schwartz, Carolyn E.; Wheeler, H. Brownell; Hammes, Bernard; Basque, Noreen; Edmunds, Jean; Reed, George; Ma, Yunsheng; Li, Lynn; Tabloski, Patricia; Yanko, Julianne (University of Masschusetts End-of-Life Working Group (Worcester, MA), 2002-07-22)BACKGROUND: A large discrepancy exists between the wishes of dying patients and their actual end-of-life care. However, retrospective clinical experience suggests that early advance care planning (ACP) can markedly reduce ...