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<p> The more nursing directors knew about palliative care, the less likely their patients experienced feeding tube insertion, injections, restraints, suctioning, and emergency department visits, according to a recent study.</p>

Greater palliative care knowledge in nursing homes linked to less aggressive end-of-life care

Many ethics decisions made in outpatient setting, not hospital