The schedule of attitudes toward hastened death: Measuring desire for death in terminally ill cancer patients.

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BACKGROUND The authors examined the reliability and validity of the Schedule of Attitudes toward Hastened Death (SAHD), a self-report measure of desire for death previously validated in a population of individuals with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), among terminally ill patients with cancer. METHODS The authors interviewed 92 terminally… (More)

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@article{Rosenfeld2000TheSO, title={The schedule of attitudes toward hastened death: Measuring desire for death in terminally ill cancer patients.}, author={Barry Rosenfeld and William S. Breitbart and Michele M Galietta and Markus Kaim and J Funesti-Esch and Hayley A Pessin and Christian J. Nelson and Robert Brescia}, journal={Cancer}, year={2000}, volume={88 12}, pages={2868-75} }