Laura Campbell

International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Vol. 19, Iss. 2, 21 Feb 2013, pp 56 - 57

In a developed-world context, it may seem obvious that children's palliative care providers seek the opinions of relatives prior to
making team-based decisions around a child's
care (Machare Delgado et al, 2009; Bélanger
et al, 2011). Relatives, especially mothers, are
considered to have a critical role in making
decisions (Walther, 2005; Konrad, 2008).

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