How would terminally ill patients have others make decisions for them in the event of decisional incapacity? A longitudinal study

Alternate title: 
J2 - J Am Geriatr Soc
Secondary title: 
T2 - Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
Short title: 
How would terminally ill patients have others make decisions for them in the event of decisional incapacity? A longitudinal study
Authors: 
Sulmasy, Daniel P.
Hughes, Mark T.
Thompson, Richard E.
Astrow, Alan B.
Terry, Peter B.
Kub, Joan
Nolan, Marie T.
Volume: 
55
Start page: 
1981-8
Annotations: 
Type D, Priority 2, Priority 3
Date: 
Dec
Year: 
2007
Accession number: 
18031490
Database: 
MEDLINE Cohort
Number: 
M1 - 12
Serial: 
1532-5415
Type of work: 
M3 - Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
ID: 
13063
Notes: 
N1 - Sulmasy DP Hughes MT Thompson RE Astrow AB Terry PB Kub J Nolan MT 1 R01 NR005224-01A1 (United States NINR NIH HHS) R01 NR005224 (United States NINR NIH HHS) R01 NR005224-01A1 (United States NINR NIH HHS) R01 NR005224-02 (United States NINR NIH HHS) R01 NR005224-03 (United States NINR NIH HHS)
Key words: 
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/px [Psychology]
Choice Behavior
*Decision Making
Female
Heart Failure/px [Psychology]
Humans
Interviews as Topic
Longitudinal Studies
Male
Mental Competency
Middle Aged
Neoplasms/px [Psychology]
Questionnaires
Regression Analysis
*Terminally Ill/px [Psychology]
*Third-Party Consent
Types of evidence: 
Type D
Priorities of Care: 
Priority 2: Communicate
Priority 3: Involve