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Published on Mar 14, 2011
Often physicians must establish patients' preferences for treatment. Important principles guiding these discussions include attentiveness to the patients' experiences and preferences. The need to recognize and manage patient uncertainty, and the central role played by empathetic discussions when decisions that could involve end of life care are being addressed. In the absence of a clear mandate to arrive at a decision in a defined period of time, the discussion may need to evolve over a period of time."