Reversal of the British trends in place of death: time series analysis 2004-2010.

@article{Gomes2012ReversalOT,
  title={Reversal of the British trends in place of death: time series analysis 2004-2010.},
  author={B{\'a}rbara M. Gomes and Natalia Monteiro Calanzani and Irene J Higginson},
  journal={Palliative medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          102-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Increased attention is being paid to the place where people die with a view to providing choice and adequately planning care for terminally ill patients. Secular trends towards an institutionalised dying have been reported in Britain and other developed world regions. AIM This study aimed to examine British national trends in place of death from 2004 to 2010. DESIGN AND SETTING Descriptive analysis of death registration data from the Office for National Statistics, representing… CONTINUE READING
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