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Association between Spiritual Well-Being and Pain, Anxiety and Depression in Terminal Cancer Patients: A Pilot Study

Lee YJ, Kim CM, Linton JA, Lee DC, Suh SY, Seo AR, Ahn HY

PURPOSE: Spirituality is an important domain and is related with physical and psychological symptoms in terminal cancer patient. The aim of this study is to examine how patients' spirituality is...
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Factors Influencing Middle-Aged Men's Attitude towards Death

Jung YM

PURPOSE: This study aims to identify factors that influence middle-aged men's attitude towards death. METHODS: The study enrolled 204 middle-aged (range=40~59 years) male residents of Daegu in Korea. Using a structured...
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Koreans' Traditional View on Death

Kwon I

Koreans' traditional view on death has been much influenced by Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and shamanism since ancient times. Confucianism emphasizes the importance of the real life in this world and...
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Pain Assessment in Nonverbal Older Adults with Dementia

Kim HS, Yu SJ

This study was performed to evaluate the existing pain assessment methods including the tools developed for use with nonverbal older adults with dementia, and to suggest recommendations to clinicians based...
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Symptom Clusters in Advanced Cancer Patients

Hwang SW

Advanced cancer patients tend to present multiple concurrent symptoms which are often moderate or severe in intensity. To date, the majority of studies have focused on either a single symptom,...
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