Her primary areas of investigation include Intensive care, Health care, MEDLINE, Nursing and Intensive care unit. The subject of her Intensive care research is within the realm of Intensive care medicine. Her Health care research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio and Functional status.
Marion Danis has included themes like Treatment decision making, Statement, Family medicine and End-of-life care in her MEDLINE study. Her Nursing study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Social work and Ethics Consultation. As a member of one scientific family, Marion Danis mostly works in the field of Intensive care unit, focusing on Critical care nursing and, on occasion, Ambulatory care, Intensivist and Severity of illness.
Marion Danis mainly investigates Nursing, Health care, Intensive care, Family medicine and MEDLINE. Her Nursing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Autonomy, Psychiatry and Ethics Consultation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nursing ethics and Research ethics in addition to Ethics Consultation.
Her research in Health care intersects with topics in Psychological intervention and Public relations. Marion Danis usually deals with Intensive care and limits it to topics linked to Intensive care unit and Critical care nursing. Her Family medicine study incorporates themes from Response rate and Medical ethics.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, Family medicine, Nursing, Ethics Consultation and MEDLINE. Her work on Priority setting is typically connected to Toll as part of general Health care study, connecting several disciplines of science. The Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Poverty and Response rate.
Her Nursing research includes themes of Autonomy and Qualitative research. While the research belongs to areas of Ethics Consultation, she spends her time largely on the problem of Clinical research ethics, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Ethical issues and Quality. Her work carried out in the field of Grounded theory brings together such families of science as Health communication and Intensive care.
Marion Danis spends much of her time researching Health care, Nursing, Critical illness, Randomized controlled trial and Conceptual framework. Her study in the field of Health economics also crosses realms of Magic bullet. Within one scientific family, Marion Danis focuses on topics pertaining to Qualitative research under Nursing, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Course of illness, MEDLINE and Intervention.
Her work focuses on many connections between Critical illness and other disciplines, such as Grounded theory, that overlap with her field of interest in Intensive care and Health communication. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Randomized controlled trial, Anesthesiology is strongly linked to Palliative care. She works mostly in the field of Intensive care medicine, limiting it down to topics relating to Emotional stress and, in certain cases, Surrogate decision-maker, as a part of the same area of interest.
A prospective study of advance directives for life-sustaining care.
M Danis;L I Southerland;J M Garrett;J L Smith.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1991)
Recommendations for end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: The Ethics Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
Robert D. Truog;Alexandra F. M. Cist;Sharon E. Brackett;Jeffrey P. Burns.
Critical Care Medicine (2001)
What is wrong with end-of-life care? Opinions of bereaved family members.
Laura C. Hanson;Marion Danis;Joanne Garrett.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1997)
Ethical climate, ethics stress, and the job satisfaction of nurses and social workers in the United States.
Connie Ulrich;Patricia O'Donnell;Carol Taylor;Adrienne Farrar.
Social Science & Medicine (2007)
Quality indicators for end-of-life care in the intensive care unit.
Ellen B. Clarke;J. Randall Curtis;John M. Luce;Mitchell Levy.
Critical Care Medicine (2003)
Life-sustaining treatments during terminal illness: who wants what?
Joanne Mills Garrett;Russell P. Harris;Jean K. Norburn;Donald L. Patrick.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (1993)
Patients' and Families' Preferences for Medical Intensive Care
M. Danis;D. L. Patrick;L. I. Southerland;M. L. Green.
Quality of life following intensive care.
Donald L. Patrick;Marion Danis;Leslie I. Southerland;Guiyoung Hong.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (1988)
Stability of Choices about Life-Sustaining Treatments
Marion Danis;Joanne Garrett;Russell Harris;Donald L. Patrick.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1994)
Association between Critical Care Physician Management and Patient Mortality in the Intensive Care Unit
Mitchell M. Levy;John Rapoport;Stanley Lemeshow;Donald B. Chalfin.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2008)
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