Barriers to completion of health care proxies: an examination of ethnic differences.

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BACKGROUND Advance directives have not been uniformly used by different segments of the US population and studies have consistently shown a lower prevalence of advance directives among African Americans and Hispanics compared with non-Hispanic whites. OBJECTIVE To examine barriers to completion of health care proxies for different ethnic groups. METHODS… (More)

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@article{Morrison1998BarriersTC, title={Barriers to completion of health care proxies: an examination of ethnic differences.}, author={Robert S. Morrison and Luis H. Zayas and Mark Mulvihill and Shawna Baskin and Diane E. Meier}, journal={Archives of internal medicine}, year={1998}, volume={158 22}, pages={2493-7} }