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Nursing Students' Knowledge, Attitudes to Advance Medical Directives and Ethics Values

Lee HJ, Ha JH, Yun J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationships among nursing students' knowledge, attitudes to advance medical directives and ethics values. METHODS: The study was a cross-sectional and descriptive...
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Reliability and Validity of an Instrument Assessing Advance Directives for Nurse

Cheon H, Kim E

PURPOSE: This methodological study was conducted to test the reliability and validity of an instrument that measures attitudes of advance directives (ADs) among nurses. METHODS: 1) Sixteen items related to attitudes...
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Good Death Awareness, Attitudes toward Advance Directives and Preferences for Care Near the End of Life among Hospitalized Elders in Long-term Care Hospitals

Kim E, Lee Y

PURPOSE: This study was done to examine good death awareness, attitudes toward advance directives (ADs), and preference for care near the end-of-life (PCEOL) of hospitalized elders in long-term care hospitals....
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Court decisions and legal considerations about the withdrawal of the life-prolonging medical care

Park JT

The Supreme Court decision made on May 21, 2009 about the withdrawal of futile life-prolonging medical care from a persistently vegetative patient provided a legal basis for patients to consent...
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Korean Medical Professionals' Attitudes and Experiences on Advance Care Planning for Noncancerous Disease

Lee JE, Goo A, Shin DW, Yoo JH, Korean Geriatrics Society End-of-Life Research Group

BACKGROUND: Advance care planning (ACP) allows patients to declare their preferences for life-sustaining and hospice palliative care. However, the perception of ACP remains low in Korea. The present study assessed...
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Factors Influencing Attitude Toward Advance Directive in Nursing Students

Kim HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify nursing students’ knowledge and attitude toward advance directives and factors influencing the attitude. METHODS: A cross-sectional survey design was used and 196...
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Effects of Awareness to Well-dying, Knowledge and Attitudes toward Advance-directives on Attitude toward End-of-life Care in Nursing Students

Jang I, Kim Y

PURPOSE: This study was to explore the significant factors that influence attitudes toward end-of-life (EOL) care in nursing students. METHODS: A total of 169 nursing students in four universities completed the...
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Preference and Performance Fidelity of Modified Korean Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MK-POLST) Items in Hospice Patients with Cancer

Han JH, Chun HS, Kim TH, Kim RB, Kim JH, Kang JH

PURPOSE: The Act on Hospice and Palliative Care and Decisions on Life-sustaining Treatment for Patients at the End of Life was enacted in 2016 and has taken effect since 2018...
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Hemodialysis as a life-sustaining treatment at the end of life

Shin SJ, Lee JH

The Act on Decisions on Life-Sustaining Treatment for Patients in Hospice and Palliative Care or at the End of Life came into effect on February 4th, 2018, in South Korea....
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The influence of Nursing Professionalism, Attitudes toward Advance Directive, and Death Anxiety on Terminal Care Performance of Nurses in Long-term Care Hospitals

Park EH, Kim NY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the level of terminal care performance of nurses in long-term care hospitals, and investigate how nursing professionalism, attitudes on advance directives...
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Knowledge, Confidence, and Learning Needs Regarding Advance Directives among Hospital Nurses

Jang NS, Park HS, Kim MR, Lee JY, Cho YW, Kim KM, Son YJ

PURPOSE: Nurses' knowledge regarding advance directives may affect their administration of and confidence towards end of life care. This study aimed to describe the relationships of knowledge, confidence, and learning...
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The Relationships between Knowledge on Advance Directive, Attitudes towards the Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Treatment and Quality of Life in Hemodialysis Patients

Joung SA, Park KY

PURPOSE: This study aims to investigate the relationships between knowledge on advance directive, attitudes towards the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment and quality of life among hemodialysis patients. METHODS: A descriptive correlational...
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Validation of the Decisional Conflict Scale for Evaluating Advance Care Decision Conflict in Community-dwelling Older Adults

Kim J, Kim S, Hong SW, Kang SW, An M

PURPOSE: Decisional conflict is a significant and important barrier in end-of-life care planning, and it is often encountered in health professionals' discussions with patients and their families. Little is known...
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Attitudes and Type Analysis of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation among Hospital Nurses in Emergency Room and Intensive Care Units

Ha EH, Hyun KS

PURPOSE: Subjective Attitudes toward cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can be diverse. The purpose of this study was to identify subjective attitudes toward CPR among hospital nurses working in emergency room and...
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Effect of Timing of Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders on the Clinical Outcome of Critically Ill Patients

Baek MS, Koh Y, Hong SB, Lim CM, Huh JW

BACKGROUND: Many physicians hesitate to discuss do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders with patients or family members in critical situations. In the intensive care unit (ICU), delayed DNR decisions could cause unintentional cardiopulmonary...
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The Current Status of End-of-Life Care in Korea and Legislation of Well-Dying Act

Lee JE, Goo AJ, Cho BL

Recently, the Well-dying Act was legislated in Korea, and it will come into force in 2018. The rapid aging of this society has made many older patients and their families...
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The Evaluation of the Korean Advance Directives (K-AD)

Kim K, Kim S, Hong S, Kim J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate Korean advance directives (K-AD) by examining the degree of adults' acceptance and reliability of the directive itself. METHODS: Survey was performed with...
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Adopting Advance Directives Reinforces Patient Participation in End-of-Life Care Discussion

Hong JH, Kwon JH, Kim IK, Ko JH, Kang YJ, Kim HK

PURPOSE: In Korea, most terminal cancer patients have still not been included in end-of-life (EOL) discussions. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the proportion of patients participating in...
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Advance Directives for Advanced Cancer Patients in Oncology Department: Single Center Experience

Jung BW, Song JG, Kang SH, Yoon BW, Song Y, Park K

OBJECTIVES: Advance directives (AD) are designed to protect patients’ autonomy and self-determination, which mean the end of life care planning should precede before loss of their decision ability. We aimed...
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Factors Influencing Attitude toward Advance Directives of Older Cancer Patients

Lee MH, Park YH

PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to identify the reported attitudes of older patients with cancer toward advance directives (ADs) and the factors associated with their attitudes toward ADs. METHODS:...
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