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End of Life Issues
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Predictors of quality of life in old age: a cross-validation study.
  2007
Vulnerable elders: when it is no longer safe to live alone.
  2007
Dying With Advanced Dementia in the Nursing Home
  2004
Family Perspectives on End-of-Life Care at the Last Place of Care
  2004
Barriers to Excellent End-of-life Care for Patients with Dementia
  2004
Racial/Ethnic Differences in Rates of Depression Among Preretirement Adults
  2003
Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Geriatric Care: The Approach of Three Monotheistic ReligionsJudaism, Catholicism, and Islam
  2003
The way we die: listening to the terminally ill.
  2003
End-of-Life Care in Assisted Living and Related Residential Care Settings: Comparison with Nursing Homes
  2003
End-of-life decisions, part II
  2003
Position of the American Dietetic Association: ethical and legal issues in nutrition, hydration, and feeding.
  2002
Suicide, assisted suicide, and medical illness.
  2000
More than a failing heart.
  2000
Ethical issues in palliative care: clinical applications-part II.
  2000
Ethical issues in pallative care: clinical applications-part I.
  2000
Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia's impact on the frail elderly: the perspective of a hospice nurse.
  1998
Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia's impact on the frail elderly: Something to think about.
  1998
The differences between Blacks' and Whites' attitudes toward voluntary euthanasia.
  1998
On ageing, dying, death and eternal life.
  1998
Jewish tradition in death and dying.
  1998
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