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The Relationship among Attitudes toward the Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Treatment, Death Anxiety, and Death Acceptance among Hospitalized Elderly Cancer Patients

Seo Y, Shin S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between attitudes toward the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment, death anxiety and death acceptance among hospitalized cancer patients who were...
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Nursing students’ relationships among resilience, life satisfaction, psychological well-being, and attitude to death

Kim J

PURPOSE: This study attempted to examine the influence of resilience, life satisfaction, and psychological well-being on attitude to death. METHODS: A predictive correlational design was used. The participants were 184 nursing...
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Associations of Spiritual Well-being, Attitude toward Death and Quality of Life among Alcoholics Anonymous

Lee S, Gang M

PURPOSE: The aim of the study was to investigate associations of spiritual well-being, attitude toward death, and quality of life among Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). METHODS: This study was cross-sectional and descriptive...
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Validity and Reliability of the Attitudes Towards Suicide (ATTS) Scale for Korean Adults

Kim S, Park JY, Lee SJ, Keum R, Kim GU

PURPOSE: The aims of this study was to verify the validity and reliability of the Attitudes Towards Suicide (ATTS) scale for Korean adults. METHODS: Participants were 441 adults in South Korea,...
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Transcultural Adaptation and Validation of Quality of Dying and Death Questionnaire in Medical Intensive Care Units in South Korea

Cho JY, Lee J, Lee SM, Park JH, Kim J, Kim Y, Lee SH, Park JS, Cho YJ, Yoon HI, Lee JH, Lee CT, Lee YJ

BACKGROUND: Providing palliative care to dying patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) has recently received much attention. Evaluating the quality of dying and death (QODD) is important for appropriate...
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The Effects of the Hospice & Palliative Care Education Program for Caregivers

Choi GH, Kwon SH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify how an education program on palliative care affects nursing home caregivers' perception of hospice care and attitude towards terminally ill patient care. METHODS: This study...
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The Effects of a Hospice Palliative Education Program on Perception of Hospice, Attitude to Death, and Meaning of Life in Adults

Choi GH, Kwon S

PURPOSE: This study examined the effects of a hospice palliative education program for adults on their perception of hospice, attitude towards death, and meaning of life. METHODS: This study was a...
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The Influence of Death Education on Medical Students' Attitudes towards End-of-Life Care: A Preliminary Study

Kim HW, Park JC

End-of-life care competencies have been perceived as important and essential, so it has been suggested that end-of-life care be studied in undergraduate medical education. However, end-of-life care curriculum has mostly...
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The Lived Experience of Patients with Heart Transplantation: A Phenomenological Study

Hwang Y, Yi M

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to describe the lived experience of patients with heart transplantation in Korea. METHODS: Individual indepth interviews and a focus group interview were used to...
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Influence of Attitude to Death and Resilience on Terminal Care Attitude among Korean Nursing students

Park YS, Kim JH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to explore the influences of attitude to death and resilience on terminal care attitude among Korean nursing students. METHODS: Participants were 230 nursing undergraduates from two nursing...
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Factors Influencing Perception of Hospice Palliative Care in High School Students in Korea

Lee YE, Kim MK, Choi EA, Im MS

PURPOSE: This study was to investigate the relationships between spiritual well-being, attitude towards death and perception of hospice, and the factors influencing hospice perception of high school students. METHODS: A survey...
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The Influence of Terminal Care Performance, Death Anxiety and Self-Esteem on Terminal Care Stress of Geriatric Hospital Nurses

Kim WS, Cho HH, Kwon S

PURPOSE: This descriptive study was aimed at identifying the relations among geriatric nurses' terminal care performance, death anxiety and self-esteem and the factors that affect nurses' terminal care stress. METHODS: Data...
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Nurses versus physicians' knowledge, attitude, and performance on care for the family members of dying patients

Abdollahimohammad A, Firouzkouhi M, Amrollahimishvan F, Alimohammadi N

PURPOSE: Nurses and physicians must be competent enough to provide care for the clients. As a lack of knowledge and a poor attitude result in a low performance of delivering...
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The Effects of Hospice Unit Practice Education on Spiritual Well-being, Attitude to Death, and Hospice Awareness of Nursing Students

Kim GD

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of hospice unit practice education on spiritual well-being, attitude to death, and hospice awareness of nursing students. METHODS: This study...
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Nurses' Experiences of the Death of Patients in Geriatric Hospitals

Yi MJ, Lee JS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify and understand nurses' experiences of the death of patients in geriatric hospitals. METHODS: Van Manen's hermeneutic phenomenological analysis was applied in the...
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Effects of Death Anxiety and Meaning of Life on Somatization of Grandparent Raising Grandchildren

Kim SY

PURPOSE: This study was conducted in order to examine the effects of death anxiety and meaning of life on somatization of grandparents raising grandchildren. METHODS: A convenience sample of 92 elderly...
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Development and Evaluation of an Education Program for Professional Palliative Care Nursing

Yeun YR, Kwon M, Lee KS

PURPOSE: This study aimed to develop a "Palliative Care Professional" education program and evaluate its effects on the recognition of good death, palliative care, and the meaning of life for...
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Spiritual Welling-Being, Attitude to Death and Perception of Hospice Care in College Students

Lee YE, Choi EA, Lee KE

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to provide baseline data for the development of an educational program for hospice care for college students. METHODS: A survey was conducted at three...
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The Effects of Attitude to Death in the Hospice and Palliative Professionals on Their Terminal Care Stress

Yang KH, Kwon SI

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to explore the effects of attitude to death in hospice and palliative professionals on their terminal care stress, and to analyze relationships among variables related...
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Factors Influencing Perception of Good Death among the Community-dwelling Elderly

Kim CG

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate perception of good death among the community-dwelling elderly and identify factors related to the perception. METHODS: A questionnaire survey was carried out using a...
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