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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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Tags: *Long-Term Care, 2014, Accountability, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning – Ethical Issues, Advance Care Planning/*ethics, Aultman Julie M, Baughman Kristin R, care managers, Case Managers, College of Graduate Studies, Courage, Decision Making/*ethics, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Empowerment, end-of-life decisions, ethical dilemmas, Ethics, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Human, Humans, Ludwick Ruth, narrative analysis, Narratives, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurses/*psychology, Nursing ethics, O'Neill Anne, Ohio, Open-Ended Questionnaires, Patient Care Management/*ethics, Professional, Qualitative Studies, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Respect, Secondary Analysis, social workers, Thematic Analysis