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Nursing issues
Qualitative research shows that preferences for place of end-of-life care and death are shaped by the uncertainty of living with a life-limiting illness for patients and family caregivers and are neither synonymous nor stable

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  1. Correspondence to Professor Merryn Gott, University of Auckland, Auckland 0626, New Zealand; m.gott{at}auckland.ac.nz
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Robinson J, Gott M
Qualitative research shows that preferences for place of end-of-life care and death are shaped by the uncertainty of living with a life-limiting illness for patients and family caregivers and are neither synonymous nor stable

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  • Accepted August 26, 2019
  • First published September 5, 2019.

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