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    Euthanasia Requests in Dementia Cases; What Are Experiences and Needs of Dutch Physicians? A Qualitative Interview Study.Jaap Schuurmans, Romy Bouwmeester, Lamar Crombach, Tessa van Rijssel, Lizzy Wingens, Kristina Georgieva, Nadine O’Shea, Stephanie Vos, Bram Tilburgs & Yvonne Engels - 2019 - BMC Medical Ethics 20 (1):1-9.
    In the Netherlands, in 2002, euthanasia became a legitimate medical act, only allowed when the due care criteria and procedural requirements are met. Legally, an Advanced Euthanasia Directive can replace direct communication if a patient can no longer express his own wishes. In the past decade, an exponential number of persons with dementia share a euthanasia request with their physician. The impact this on physicians, and the consequent support needs, remained unknown. Our objective was to gain more insight into the (...)
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  2. Organizational Assessment in General Practice: A Systematic Review and Implications for Quality Improvement.Melody Rhydderch, Adrian Edwards, Glyn Elwyn, Martin Marshall, Yvonne Engels, Pieter Van den Hombergh & Richard Grol - 2005 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 11 (4):366-378.
  3. Making Complex Decisions in Uncertain Times: Experiences of Dutch GPs as Gatekeepers Regarding Hospital Referrals During COVID-19—a Qualitative Study.Anne B. Wichmann, Yvonne Engels, Jaap Schuurmans, Janneke Dujardin & Dieke Westerduin - 2021 - BMC Medical Ethics 22 (1):1-8.
    BackgroundGeneral practitioners often act as gatekeeper, authorizing patients’ access to hospital care. This gatekeeping role became even more important during the current COVID-19 crisis as uncertainties regarding COVID-19 made estimating the desirability of hospital referrals complex, both for COVID and non-COVID suspected patients. This study explored Dutch general practitioners’ experiences and ethical dilemmas faced in decision making about hospital referrals in times of the COVID-19 pandemic.MethodsSemi-structured interviews with Dutch general practitioners working in the Netherlands were conducted. Participants were recruited via (...)
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