This review discusses the role of primary care clinicians in driving high-quality conversations about goals and priorities for patients with serious and life-threatening illnesses.
This clinical trial examines the effect of 3 different presentations of benefits and harms on patients’ intentions to accept low-value or potentially low-value screening services.
This qualitative interview study reports how the availability of lung cancer screening influenced current smokers’ motivation regarding smoking cessation.
This interview study found that institutional cultures and policies might influence how physician trainees make decisions regarding do-not-resuscitate orders.
This survey study found that whereas physicians in Asian intensive care units often withheld but seldom withdrew life-sustaining treatments at the end of life, attitudes and practice varied widely across countries and regions.
This survey study revealed that the local planning and improvement efforts of hospital leaders are strongly influenced by health care quality measures.
Austad and colleagues set out to determine whether there is an association between medical trainees’ interactions with pharmaceutical promotion and their preferences in medication use. Ross elucidates in the Editor’s Note.
Braun describes how low testosterone level has been marketed to consumers as a disease state in order to boost sales of testosterone replacement therapies.