Collins, Angela Smith
September 2010
Online Journal of Rural Nursing & Health Care;Fall2010, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p5
Academic Journal
The author discusses the need for healthcare providers to raise awareness about end of life choices. It notes that most healthcare providers realize the need for advance directives when determining treatment plans for end of life conditions. Measures that can be taken to raise awareness on end of life decisions are given, one is to listen and provide resources. It stresses that healthcare providers must help patients and families make decisions while taking healthcare costs into account.


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