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Analysis of Characteristics and Symptoms in Home-Based Hospice-Palliative Care Patients Registered at Local Public Health Centers

Choi SO, Kim SN

PURPOSE: This study was aimed at analyzing the characteristics and symptoms in home-based hospice-palliative care (HBHPC) patients registered at local public health centers. METHODS: A retrospective study was performed; Data of...
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Comparison of End-of-Life Care Intensity between Cancer and Non-cancer Patients: a Single Center Experience

Kim JM, Baek SK, Kim SY, Maeng CH, Han JJ, Park S, Park JH

PURPOSE: The aging of society has rapidly progressed, especially in Korea. Therefore, the necessity of research on end-of-life (EOL) care in elderly patients has increased. However, there are few studies...
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Family Caregivers' Quality of Life, Depression and Anxiety according to Symptom Control in Hospice Patients

Kim YH, Lee SH, Lim HS, Choi YJ, Kim YJ, Lee SY, Lee JG, Jeong DW, Yu KH

PURPOSE: It is well known that a terminal cancer condition affects not only patient themselves but their family members because the patients experience a variety of symptoms. This study was...
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Factors Affecting Attitudes toward Terminal Care in Nursing Students

Jo MJ

PURPOSE: This study was performed to explore factors that influence attitudes toward terminal care in nursing students. METHODS: Data were collected using a self-reported questionnaire filled by 175 nursing students at...
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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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The Effect of Suffering Experience, Empathy Ability, Caring Behaviors on Terminal Care Performance of Clinical Nurses

Jo KH, Park AR, Lee JJ, Choi SJ

PURPOSE: This study was performed to identify factors affecting terminal care performance of clinical nurses. METHODS: The participants in this study were 175 nurses working in hospitals in Daegu and North...
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Terminal Care Stress, Job Satisfaction and Terminal Care Performance for Nurses in Internal Medicine Wards

Baek EK, Choi EJ

PURPOSE: This study is aimed to investigate the relationship among terminal care stress, job satisfaction and terminal care performance nurses in internal medicine wards and to provide a basis to...
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