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Purpose: To describe death-related planning and preferences for place of death among well elders in a community characterized by a low rate of hospital deaths. Design and Methods: Cross-sectional prevalence survey of independent-living residents ( n ϭ 219) of a continuing-care retirement community (CCRC) in Central North Carolina characterized by a low rate of hospital deaths. Results: Death-related planning played a part in the decision of 40% of residents to move to the CCRC. A majority ofdoi:10.1093/geront/41.1.123 pmid:11220809 fatcat:kd2rkww2avdqbig6kvtffjeo7u