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How to Implement Quality Pediatric Palliative Care Services in South Korea: Lessons from Other Countries

Kim CH, Kim MS, Shin HY, Song IG, Moon YJ

PURPOSE: Pediatric palliative care (PPC) is emphasized as standard care for children with life-limiting conditions to improve the quality of life. In Korea, a government-funded pilot program was launched only...
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The quality of dying and death for patients in intensive care units: a single center pilot study

Choi Y, Park M, Kang DH, Lee J, Moon JY, Ahn H

BACKGROUND: To identify the necessary care for dying patients in intensive care units (ICUs), we designed a retrospective study to evaluate the quality of dying and death (QODD) experienced by...
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Withdrawal of life-prolonging medical care and hospice-palliative care

Lee MA

Hospice and palliative care can help terminal patients and their family members to face the natural end of life more comfortably, by providing them with an environment to address psychosocial...
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Evaluation of Consultation with Young Patients with Cancer and their Children in Hospice Palliative Care During Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence

Park EJ, Park K, Oh SY

BACKGROUND: In this study, consultations with children of young patients with cancer were evaluated by dividing the child's age into infancy, childhood, and adolescence to ensure the necessity and importance...
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Experience of Hope in Terminal Cancer Patients: Applying Parse' s Human Becoming Methodology

Kim JE, So HS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of hope of terminal cancer patients in Korea. METHODS: Seven participants receiving hospice care were interviewed about hope experiences based...
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Initial Assessment and Care Planning in Palliative Hospice Care: Focus on Assessment Tools

Park EJ, Koh SJ, Cheon JK

For hospice palliative care that provides comprehensive and general care, it is necessary to use assessment tools to objectively list issues and detail care plans. The initial assessment is a...
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Ethical Considerations in Hospice and Palliative Care Research

Youn G

Along with the advances in medical technology and the economic development, more terminally ill patients are receiving hospice and palliative care services. Moreover, hospice and palliative care clinicians have been...
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Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Hospice-Palliative Care for Adults with Terminal Cancer in South Korea

Ju YJ, Kim W, Choy YS, Lee JE, Lee SA, Jang J, Park EC

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Although there is growing interest in hospice-palliative care, little information is available on the effects of such care in South Korea. Addressing this research gap, i.e., determining the cost-effectiveness...
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Current Research Trends in Hospice-Related Domestic Nursing Research Theses (1998~2017)

Kim WS

PURPOSE: In this study, the hospice nursing research trend in 1998~2017 was investigated by analyzing research articles on hospice nursing. METHODS: Literature search was performed with keywords of ‘nursing’ and ‘hospice...
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The History of Hospice and Palliative Care in Korea

Kim CG

The first hospice care center in Korea dates back to the East West Infirmaries (Dongseodaebiwon in the Korean language) of the Goryeo period in the early 11th century. It has...
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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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Do Korean Medical Schools Provide Adequate End-of-Life Care Education? A Nationwide Survey of the Republic of Korea's End-of-Life Care Curricula

Kim KJ, Kim DY, Shin SJ, Heo DS, Nam EM

PURPOSE: Physician competency in end-of-life (EOL) care is becoming increasingly important. This study investigated the EOL care curricula in Korean medical schools. METHODS: Questionnaires were issued to the faculty members responsible...
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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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Evaluation of Continuing Education Program to Enhance Competency for Hospice Volunteers: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Design

Seo M, Cho HA, Han SM, Ko Y, Gil CR

PURPOSE: Hospice volunteers are serving an invisible yet pivotal role in the hospice and palliative care team. This study investigated how effectively a continuing education program could enhance hospice volunteers'...
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Changes in Perceptions and Attitudes of Medical Students toward End-of-Life Care after Hospice and Palliative Medicine Education

Cha J, Lihm H, Kim Y, Kang J

PURPOSE: High-quality hospice and palliative medicine curricula are necessary in Korean medical schools. This study evaluated changes in students' knowledge and attitudes toward both hospice and palliative care following the...
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Quantity over Quality? Perception of Designating Long-Term Care Hospitals as Providers of Hospice and Palliative Care

Kim-Knauss Y, Jeong E, Sim JA, Lee J, Choo J, Yun YH

PURPOSE: Amendment to the Act on Decisions on Life-sustaining Treatment was recently enacted to designate long-term care hospitals as providers of hospice and palliative care. Despite its benefit of providing...
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Feasibility Study of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment for Patients with Terminal Cancer

An HJ, Jeon HJ, Chun SH, Jung HA, Ahn HK, Lee KH, Kim MH, Kim JH, Cheon J, Kim J, Koh SJ

PURPOSE: Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) form is a legal document for terminally ill patients to make medical decisions with physicians near the end-of-life. A multicenter prospective study was...
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Factors Influencing Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment in Tertiary General Hospital Workers -Knowledge and Attitude of Organ Donation and Transplantation, Awareness of Death, Knowledge and Perception of Hospice Palliative Care-

Je NJ, Hwa JS

PURPOSE: This descriptive study was conducted to examine factors that affect hospital workers in their decision to withdraw from life-sustaining treatment, such as knowledge, attitude, and perception of organ donation,...
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Prediction of Patient Discharge Status Based on Indicators on Admission

Chung SI, Lee SH, Kim YJ, Lee SY, Lee JG, Yi YH, Cho YH, Tak YJ, Hwang HR, Park EJ, Kim KM

PURPOSE: To provide effective palliative care, it is important to predict not only patients' life expectancy but their discharge status at a time of inpatient admission to a hospice care...
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The Comprehension of Hospice-Palliative Care and Self-determination Life Sustaining Decision-Making Act as Uro-Oncologist

Huh JS

Every year in Korea about 50,000 terminally ill patients pass away in pain and more than 90% of the elderly oppose medical treatment to keep terminally ill patients alive. In...
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