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Efficacy of a training intervention on the quality of practitioners' decision support for patients deciding about place of care at the end of life: A randomized control trial: Study protocol

By Mary Ann Murray, Annette O'Connor, Dawn Stacey and Keith G Wilson
Topics: Study Protocol
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