End-of-Life Decisions 20 Years after EURONIC: Neonatologists' Self-Reported Practices, Attitudes, and Treatment Choices in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria

Title

End-of-Life Decisions 20 Years after EURONIC: Neonatologists' Self-Reported Practices, Attitudes, and Treatment Choices in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria

Creator

Schneider, K.; Metze, B.; Buhrer, C.; Cuttini, M.; Garten, L.

Publisher

Journal of Pediatrics

Date

2019

Subject

human; female; male; infant; major clinical study; quality of life; article; controlled study; drug withdrawal; neonatal intensive care unit; neonatologist; questionnaire; artificial ventilation; Internet; prematurity; ethical decision making; Austria; extremely low birth weight; Germany; Switzerland

Description

Objective: To assess changes in attitudes of neonatologists regarding the care of extremely preterm infants and parental involvement over the last 20 years. Study design: Internet-based survey (2016) involving 170 tertiary neonatal intensive care units in Austria, Switzerland, and Germany using the European Project on Parents' Information and Ethical Decision Making in Neonatal Intensive Care Units questionnaire (German edition) with minor modifications to the original survey from 1996 to 1997.

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Citation List Month

May 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Schneider, K.; Metze, B.; Buhrer, C.; Cuttini, M.; Garten, L. , “End-of-Life Decisions 20 Years after EURONIC: Neonatologists' Self-Reported Practices, Attitudes, and Treatment Choices in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 24, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16150.

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