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Decision Tree Model for Predicting Hospice Palliative Care Use in Terminal Cancer Patients

Lee HJ, Na II, Kang KA

Purpose: This study attempted to develop clinical guidelines to help patients use hospice and palliative care (HPC) at an appropriate time after writing physician orders for lifesustaining treatment (POLST) by...
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The Experience to Implement Palliative Care in Long-term Care Facilities: A Grounded Theory Study of Caregivers

Chiang SW, Wu SC, Peng TC

Purpose The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of caregivers in long-term care facilities as they implement palliative care. Although palliative care has been available in Taiwan for...
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Initial Spiritual Screening and Assessment: Five Things to Remember

Taylor EJ

To deliver holistic and person-centered palliative care (PC), the spiritual dimension must also be assessed. However, many nurses do not screen for or assess patient spirituality. This article presents five...
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Effect of Prognosis Awareness on the Survival and Quality of Life of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients: A Prospective Cohort Study

Lee H, Ko HJ, Kim AS, Kim SM, Moon H, Choi HI

Background: Physicians and caregivers are conflicted over whether to inform patients that their disease is terminal. Studies examining the effect of awareness of prognosis on the survival and quality of...
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Validation of the Nurses’ Involvement in Dying Patients and Family Care-Korean Version

Kim MY, Lee H, Lee I, Lee M, Cho H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to test the validity of the Korean version of the Nurses’ Involvement in Dying Patients and Family Care (NIDPFC) instrument. Methods: Data were...
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Changes in the Medical Cost and Practice Pattern according to the Implementation of per Diem Payment in Hospice Palliative Care

Lim MN, Choi SW, Ryu SY, Han MA

BACKGROUND: As of July 2015, per diem payment was changed from fee for service Therefore, this study aims to analyse changes in medical charges and medical services before and after...
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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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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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Text Network Analysis of Newspaper Articles on Life-sustaining Treatments

Park EJ, Ahn DW, Park CS

PURPOSE: This study tried to understand discourses of life-sustaining treatments in general daily and healthcare newspapers. METHODS: A text-network analysis was conducted using the NetMiner program. Firstly, 572 articles from 11...
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Impact of a Palliative Care Education Program on Korean Hospice Volunteers: Motivation, Death Anxiety, and Communication with the Dying

Woo HY, Yeun YR

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to evaluate the impact of a two-week palliative care education program on Korean Hospice volunteers. METHODS: A total of 71 volunteers were assigned to two groups:...
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The Problems and the Improvement Plan of the Hospice/Palliative Care and Dying Patient's Decisions on Life-Sustaining Treatment Act

Kim M

Nearly 20 years after the Boramea Hospital case, the act on decisions on life-sustaining treatment for patients in hospice and palliative care or at the end of life has taken...
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The Characteristics of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients in Hospice and Palliative Care according to Family Composition

Park SM, Hwang SW, Han KD

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the family composition of terminally ill cancer patients admitted to the hospice unit and how it affects their hospice care. METHODS: We...
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The Impact of Nursing Hospital Workers' Hospice·Palliative Care Knowledge and Awareness, End-of-Life Care Attitude and Death Awareness on Their End-of-Life Care Performance

Park M, Je NJ

PURPOSE: This descriptive study is aimed at identifying how nursing hospital workers' performance of end-of-life care is influenced by their knowledge and awareness of hospice palliative care, attitude towards end-of-life...
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Design of a Hospice Referral System for Terminally Ill Cancer Patients Using a Standards-Based Health Information Exchange System

Lim K, Kim JW, Yoo S, Heo E, Ji H, Kang B

OBJECTIVES: The demand for hospice has been increasing among patients with cancer. This study examined the current hospice referral scenario for terminally ill cancer patients and created a data form...
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A Qualitative Study of Physicians' Perspectives on Non-Cancer Hospice-Palliative Care in Korea: Focus on AIDS, COPD and Liver Cirrhosis

Shin J, Yoon SJ, Kim SH, Lee ES, Koh SJ, Park J

PURPOSE: From August 2017, hospice-palliative care (HPC) will be provided to patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and liver cirrhosis in Korea. To contribute to...
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The Palliative Care and Hospice for the People Living with HIV

Choi JP

According to the advance of antiretroviral regimen and the early treatment strategy, people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLWH) are achieving the goal of virologic suppression and immune restoration. Most...
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Impact of Community Health Care Resources on the Place of Death of Older Persons with Dementia in South Korea Using Public Administrative Big Data

Lim E, Kim H

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to analyze the impact of community health care resources on the place of death of older adults with dementia compared to those with cancer in South...
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The Meaning of Dignified with Death

Chung BY, Cho YH

PURPOSE: We explored Koreans' perception of the meaning of death with dignity that Korean people. METHODS: A phenomenological research methodology was applied. A total of 13 participants were sampled based on...
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How to build successful hospice-palliative care systems in Korea

Heo DS

Although Korea was the first country to provide hospice services in Asia, in 1965, a hospice-palliative care system has not yet been firmly established. Because of controversies surrounding end-of-life decision-making,...
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Do Korean Doctors Think a Palliative Consultation Team Would Be Helpful to Their Terminal Cancer Patients?

Shim HY, Chang YJ, Kawk KS, Mai TT, Choi JY, Ahn EM, Jho HJ, Park SJ

PURPOSE: Hospice and palliative care services (HPC) are not commonly utilized in Korea; however, palliative care teams (PCTs) have been found to be effective at addressing the shortcomings in HPC....
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