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The majority of hospitalised elderly people at high risk of dying have thought about end-of-life care, though documentation of preferences in medical records may be lacking

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  1. Correspondence to : Dr Sarah Jeong, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Newcastle, PO Box 127, Ourimbah, NSW 2258, Australia; Sarah.Jeong{at}newcastle.edu.au
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Jeong S
The majority of hospitalised elderly people at high risk of dying have thought about end-of-life care, though documentation of preferences in medical records may be lacking

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  • First published September 19, 2013.
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June 17, 2014

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