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Running head: END OF LIFE DECISIONS1End of Life DecisionsNameInstitution
END OF LIFE DECISIONS2IntroductionThe legal instruments related to the management of personal services have evolvedconsiderably since their appearance in the mid-1970s. Thirty years of improving the policy,primarily at the level of the legislative dimension of the State, tending to replace the leadershipand advanced mandates, have created an incoherent strategic scene, whose essential objectivesare the development of unions. Understanding the development of a development assistancestrategy has important implications for policy at the state and government levels.The Role of The Nurse in End-Of-Life Decision Making with Patients and Their FamiliesThe primary role of nurses during the end of life communication to the family membersabout death. These interventions are consistent with the fundamental responsibility of the nurseto support the patient. The first intervention is for the attending nurse to help establish the familyas a substitute leader. The second intervention consists of designing standard andinterdisciplinary meetings, including the family. The third intervention is to prepare the familyfor the meeting. The fourth intervention is to help and train the family among those present tospeak and ask their questions. Finally, the fifth intervention is to stay with the family after thegroup to answer the remaining questions and provide more help (de Vos et al., 2015).The Explanation of The Legislation That Generated End-Of-Life Health Care PoliciesThe Euthanasia Society of America proposed first advance directive in 1967. LuisKutner, legal counsel for human rights in Chicago, addressed the general public. He describedthis idea in a 1969 article. He started with customary law and established the right that the patient