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Multi-Site Study of Provider Self-Efficacy and Beliefs in Explaining Judgments About Need and Responsibility for Advance Care Planning.
Advance Care Planning in Skilled Nursing Facilities: A Multisite Examination of Professional Judgments
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A broader understanding of care managers' attitudes of advance care planning: A concurrent nested design.
Tags: *Attitude of Health Personnel, *Health Knowledge, 2018, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*standards, Attitudes, Aultman Julie, Baughman Kristin R, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, College of Graduate Studies, Community health, Concurrent Prospective Studies, Convenience Sample, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Discussion, end of life, Female, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Health Services Accessibility/standards, Human, Humans, Journal of clinical nursing, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multicenter Studies, Multimethod Studies, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurse Attitudes, nurses, Practice, Qualitative, Qualitative Research, quantitative, Questionnaires, Surveys, Surveys and Questionnaires, Thematic Analysis
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