A systematic literature review by Sarah Hoare, Zoë Slote Morris, Michael P Kelly, Isla Kuhn and Stephen Barclay to assess the evidence for patients preferred place of death – with a particular focus on this ‘missing’ data.  The findings indicate that when missing data is excluded the majority preference of participants is to die at home; however, when missing data is included, it is not possible to make this assertion.

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