The preferences of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are to discuss palliative care plans with familiar respiratory clinicians, but to delay conversations until their condition deteriorates: a study guided by interpretative phenomenological analysis

Nuno Tavares, Katherine J. Hunt, Nikki Jarrett, Tom M. A. Wilkinson

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