Une Mort Tres Douce: End-of-Life Decisions in France; Reflections From a Dutch Perspective
Haverkamp, Margje H.
van Delden, Johannes J.M.
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2006; 9(3): 367-376
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A Comparison of Physicians' End-of-Life Decision Making for Non-Western Migrants and Dutch Natives in the Netherlands Buiting, Hilde M.; Rietjens, Judith A.C.; Onwuteaka-Philipsen, Bregje D.; van der Maas, Paul J; van Delden, Johannes J.M.; van der Heide, Agnes (2008-12)
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