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End-of-life care - Perceptions of Public
IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science
Medical technology has advanced to such an extent that it can keep people alive even if the last resort to make them well is not possible. Issues regarding these treatment measures will continue if patient autonomy is not respected. The objective of this study was to assess the preferences of the public regarding end-of-life care. Methods: A semi-structured questionnaire on end-of-life care preferences and decision-making was used to collect data from ten people who were recruited from thedoi:10.9790/0837-1944119122 fatcat:c4rcux44h5b5jhvdppfh75slsy