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Effect of written outcome information on attitude of perinatal healthcare professionals at the limit of viability: a randomized study

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Tosello, Barthelemy
Published in BMC Medical Ethics. 2019, vol. 20, no. 1, 74
Abstract Differences in perception and potential disagreements between parents and professionals regarding the attitude for resuscitation at the limit of viability are common. This study evaluated in healthcare professionals whether the decision to resuscitate at the limit of viability (intensive care versus comfort care) are influenced by the way information on incurred risks is given or received.
Keywords AdultAttitude of Health PersonnelDecision MakingFemaleGestational AgeHumansInfantNewbornInfantPrematureIntensive CareNeonatalMaleMiddle AgedNurses/psychologyOptimismPatient Education as Topic/methodsPediatricians/psychologyPerinatal Care/organization & administration/standardsPessimismProspective StudiesResuscitation/psychologyStudentsMedical/psychology
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PMID: 31640670
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Research group Réanimation néonatale en salle d'accouchement (696)
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PAPADIMITRIOU, Valentina, TOSELLO, Barthelemy, PFISTER, Riccardo. Effect of written outcome information on attitude of perinatal healthcare professionals at the limit of viability: a randomized study. In: BMC Medical Ethics, 2019, vol. 20, n° 1, p. 74. doi: 10.1186/s12910-019-0413-7 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:142205

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