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Informed consent in emergency medicine: ethics under fire.
Do the ward notes reflect the quality of end-of-life care?
The accuracy of substituted judgments in patients with terminal diagnoses.
The timing of do-not-resuscitate orders and hospital costs.
The quality of mercy. Caring for patients with 'do not resuscitate' orders.
Patients' ratings of quality and satisfaction with care at the end of life.
Factors associated with the time nurses spend at the bedsides of seriously ill patients with poor prognoses.
A prospective trial of a new policy eliminating signed consent for do not resuscitate orders.
The quality of care plans for patients with do-not-resuscitate orders.
Beliefs and attitudes of nurses and physicians about do not resuscitate orders and who should speak to patients and families about them.
The surrogate's experience in authorizing a do not resuscitate order.
Creating a dignified option: ethical considerations in the formulation of prehospital DNR protocol.
Physicians' confidence in discussing do not resuscitate orders with patients and surrogates.
Implementation of DNR orders in the Department of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
A computerized system for entering orders to limit treatment: implementation and evaluation.
Long-term effects of ethics education on the quality of care for patients who have do-not-resuscitate orders.
Do patients die because they have DNR orders, or do they have DNR orders because they are going to die?