Israeli oncology and nononcology nurses' attitudes toward physician-assisted dying: a comparison study.

@article{Musgrave2001IsraeliOA,
  title={Israeli oncology and nononcology nurses' attitudes toward physician-assisted dying: a comparison study.},
  author={Catherine F. Musgrave and Ilana Margalith and L Goldsmidt},
  journal={Oncology nursing forum},
  year={2001},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={50-7}
}
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To compare the attitudes of Israeli oncology and nononcology nurses toward physician-assisted dying (PAD) and its legalization and to determine the factors that may be related to their attitudes. DESIGN Nonrandomized, correlational study. SETTING A teaching hospital in Jerusalem, Israel. SAMPLE 71 oncology nurses and 52 nurses working in the maternity and nursery departments. RESULTS The majority of nurses supported PAD and its legalization, with the greatest support… CONTINUE READING

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