New Study Analyzes How End-of-Life Choices Change Over Time

By: Randi Siegel

A new study about end-of-life choices has some interesting things to say about how people’s wishes change (or don’t) over time. Most people’s preferences seem to stay the same over the years.  But -- the groups most likely to change were those who were healthy when they first made their preferences known, and those who originally wanted more intensive care. You can read more about the study at JAMA Internal Medicine

June 4, 2014 | Advance Care Planning Research, Advance Care Planning News