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Ambulance trust’s policies on recording end-of-life wishes – findings from a freedom of information request (2012)

In late 2011/early 2012 Compassion in Dying contacted all Ambulance Trusts in the UK with a Freedom of Information request, which asked questions on theirĀ Do Not Attempt Resuscitation (DNAR) policy, end-of-life care registration systems, out-of-hours care and the use of Advance DecisionsĀ (formerly known as living wills).

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