Literature Review on Advance Directives
Publication Year: 2007
Type: Federal resource, on
This report examines the empirical evidence about the degree to which advance directives and advance care planning have met their intended goals. The authors explore what the medical literature reports concerning the use of advance directives and advance care planning, disparities among groups in their use, and interventions to enhance the use and value of advance directives and advance care planning.
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