Media Watch 519: In this issue

Media Watch 519:  In this issue
  • Legally speaking, an “emergency contact” doesn’t cut it in Ontario
  • More than 11,000 Quebecers register directives for end-of-life care
  • End-of-life decisions for incapacitated adults: Caught between a conflict of laws
  • A patient (not) alone
  • “This is what family does”: The family experience of caring for serious illness
  • and more....

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Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

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