To what extent are the wishes of a signatory reflected in their advance directive: a qualitative analysis
BMC Medical Ethics 15 (1):52 (2014)
AbstractAdvance directives (ADs) are assumed to reflect the patients’ preferences, even if these are not clearly expressed. Research into whether this assumption is correct has been lacking. This study explores to what extent ADs reflect the true wishes of the signatories
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