Resources for End-of-Life Decision-Making

A guide for patients, families, and clinicians

Get a comprehensive overview of the resources available to help your patients navigate end-of-life care.

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Most people eventually participate in end-of-life decision-making—either for themselves or for family and friends. Because this process can be overwhelming, patients often look to their clinicians for help.

This guide prepares post-acute providers to direct their patients to appropriate end-of-life decision-making resources by breaking down available resource types, characteristics, and effectiveness.

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