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Published on 13.11.17 in Vol 6, No 11 (2017): November

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Works citing "Should Medical Assistance in Dying Be Extended to Incompetent Patients With Dementia? Research Protocol of a Survey Among Four Groups of Stakeholders From Quebec, Canada"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.8118):

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  1. Cipriani G, Di Fiorino M. Euthanasia and other end of life in patients suffering from dementia. Legal Medicine 2019;40:54
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  2. Bravo G, Trottier L, Rodrigue C, Arcand M, Downie J, Dubois M, Kaasalainen S, Hertogh CM, Pautex S, Van den Block L. Comparing the attitudes of four groups of stakeholders from Quebec, Canada, toward extending medical aid in dying to incompetent patients with dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2019;
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  3. Bravo G, Rodrigue C, Arcand M, Downie J, Dubois M, Kaasalainen S, Hertogh CM, Pautex S, Van den Block L, Trottier L. Quebec physicians’ perspectives on medical aid in dying for incompetent patients with dementia. Canadian Journal of Public Health 2018;109(5-6):729
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  4. Bravo G, Rodrigue C, Arcand M, Downie J, Dubois M, Kaasalainen S, Hertogh CM, Pautex S, Van den Block L. Are Informal Caregivers of Persons With Dementia Open to Extending Medical Aid in Dying to Incompetent Patients? Findings From a Survey Conducted in Quebec, Canada. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders 2018;32(3):247
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