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ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS OF ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS TOWARDS END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS
Turkish Journal of Geriatrics
Elderly individuals frequently face end-of-life decisions. These decisions create moral burden for the family and health personnel. Aim of this study is determine the opinions of elderly about end-of-life decisions, which will act as a guide for physicians and families in clinical decision-making processes. Materials and Method: Standardized Mini Mental Test was applied to 650 elderlies, and 448 participants with a test score 27 or more were interviewed between 1 May 2017 and 1 January 2019doi:10.31086/tjgeri.2020.142 fatcat:3s3eu75jvjgjxbdcr4zjdziyny