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  1. Evaluation and Ethical Review of a Tool to Explore Patient Preferences for Information and Involvement in Decision Making.F. E. M. Murtagh - 2006 - Journal of Medical Ethics 32 (6):311-315.
    Aim: To improve clinical and ethical understanding of patient preferences for information and involvement in decision making.Objectives: To develop and evaluate a clinical tool to elicit these preferences and to consider the ethical issues raised.Design: A before and after study.Setting: Three UK hospices.Participants: Patients with advanced life-threatening illnesses and their doctors.Intervention: Questionnaire on information and decision-making preferences.Main outcome measures: Patient-based outcome measures were satisfaction with the amount of information given, with the way information was given, with family or carer information, (...)
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  • Factors Associated with Nurses' Opinions and Practices Regarding Information and Consent.F. Ingravallo, E. Gilmore, L. Vignatelli, A. Dormi, G. Carosielli, L. Lanni & P. Taddia - 2014 - Nursing Ethics 21 (3):299-313.