Impact of Perception of Socioeconomic Burden on Advocacy for Patient Autonomy in End-of-Life Decision Making: A Study of Societal Attitudes
Palliative Medicine 2009 January; 23(1): 87-94
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Can We Ease the Burden? Preliminary Findings From a Qualitative Study of Parents' Experiences With End-of-Life Decision Making Antle, Beverley, J.; Cottingham, Diana; Ghelani, Karen; Gorman, Eunice; Harrison, Carole; Harrison, Christine; Martin, Maria; Rutka, James (2002-09)
Zikmund-Fisher, B.J.; Lacey, H.P.; Fagerlin, A. (2008-05)BACKGROUND: Recent research demonstrates that people sometimes make different medical decisions for others than they would make for themselves. This finding is particularly relevant to end-of-life decisions, which are often ...
Hilden, Hanna-Mari; Honkasalo, Marja-Liisa (2006-01)Our aim was to study how nurses interpret patient autonomy in end-of-life decision making. This study built on our previous quantitative study, which evaluated the experiences of and views on end-of-life decision making ...