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The experiences of relatives with the practice of palliative sedation: a systematic review. J Pain Symptom Manage. 44.3 (2012): 431-45.
Palliative Sedation: Reliability and Validity of Sedation Scales. Journal of pain and symptom management (2012).
The practice of continuous deep sedation until death in flanders (belgium), the Netherlands, and the u.k.: a comparative study. J Pain Symptom Manage. 44.1 (2012): 33-43.
End-of-life decisions in the United Kingdom. Palliat Med. 23.6 (2009): 565-6; author reply 567-8.
Re: Palliative sedation: the need for a descriptive definition. J Pain Symptom Manage. 37.3 (2009): e10-1; author reply e11-2.
Discussing prognosis with terminally ill cancer patients and relatives: a survey of physicians' intentions in seven countries. Patient Educ Couns. 77.3 (2009): 430-6.
Forgoing artificial nutrition or hydration in patients nearing death in six European countries. J Pain Symptom Manage. 34.3 (2007): 305-14.
Using drugs to end life without an explicit request of the patient. Death Stud. 31.3 (2007): 205-21.
End-of-life decision making in neonates and infants: comparison of The Netherlands and Belgium (Flanders). Acta Paediatr.. 96.6 (2007): 820-4.
End-of-life decision-making in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland: does place of death make a difference? J Epidemiol Community Health. 61.12 (2007): 1062-8.
Do-not-resuscitate decisions in six European countries. Crit. Care Med.. 34.6 (2006): 1686-90.
Drugs used to alleviate symptoms with life shortening as a possible side effect: end-of-life care in six European countries. J Pain Symptom Manage. 31.2 (2006): 111-21.
End-of-life decision making in Europe and Australia: a physician survey. Arch. Intern. Med.. 166.8 (2006): 921-9.
Access to death certificates: what should research ethics committees require for approval? Ann Epidemiol. 16.4 (2006): 281-4.
Responders and non-responders in a study on medical end-of-life decisions in Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland. Soz Praventivmed. 51.1 (2006): 24-33.
Forgoing treatment at the end of life in 6 European countries. Arch. Intern. Med.. 165.4 (2005): 401-7.