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Spirituality, Death Anxiety and Burnout Levels among Nurses Working in a Cancer Hospital

Kim K, Yong J

PURPOSE: This study is to explore the relationships among spirituality, death anxiety and burnout level of nurses caring for cancer patients. METHODS: Participants were 210 nurses from a cancer hospital in...
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Spirituality and Stress in Mental Health Social Workers

Kim CG

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to analyze the association between spirituality and stress of mental health social workers, which could be used in development of a program to help them...
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Perception and Knowledge of Hospice Care and Attitude toward Death Held by Medical Professionals from the Same Region in Korea

Lee YE, Choi EJ, Park JS, Shin SH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine medical professionals' perception and knowledge of hospice and palliative care (HPC) and attitude toward death. METHODS: The survey was performed on 84...
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Advance Care Planning: Preliminary Report of Differences and Similarities between Korean and Korean American

Park JH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to do preliminary report of differences and similarities between Koreans residing in Korea and Korean Americans residing in America regarding their awareness of end-of-life care,...
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The Impact of Nurses' Attitude toward Dignified Death and Moral Sensitivity on Their End-of-Life Care Performance

Jo KH, Kim YJ

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to explore how nurses' attitude toward dignified death and moral sensitivity affect their end-of-life care performance. METHODS: Study participants were 172 nurses who work at university...
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Nurses' Emotional Responses and Ethical Attitudes towards Elderly Patients' DNR Decision

Mun J, Kim S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine nurses' emotional responses and ethical attitudes towards elderly patients' Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) decision. METHODS: Data were collected using a questionnaire which was filled...
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Management of Non-pain Symptoms in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients: Based on National Comprehensive Cancer Network Guidelines

Lee HR

Most terminally ill cancer patients experience various physical and psychological symptoms during their illness. In addition to pain, they commonly suffer from fatigue, anorexia-cachexia syndrome, nausea, vomiting and dyspnea. In...
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