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Pediatric Nurses' Perception and Knowledge about Pediatric Hospice Palliative Care

Yu J, Bang KS

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate pediatric nurses' perception and knowledge about pediatric hospice and palliative care. METHODS: A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted with 132 nurses who...
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Effects of Death Preparation Education on Awareness of Hospice Palliative Care and Withdrawing Life Sustaining Treatment in City Dwellers

Tsung PL, Lee YJ, Kim SY, Kim SK, Kim SA, Kim HJ, Nam Y, Ham SY, Kang KA

PURPOSE: This study was done to analyze how a death preparation education program have the effects on awareness of hospice palliative care and withdrawing life sustaining treatment in older adults. METHODS:...
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Introduce and Promote the Home-based Hospice and Palliative Care

Choi JK, Tae YH, Choi YS

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to understand public perception of home-based hospice and identify related factors. METHODS: Between August 19, 2014 and August 30, 2014, data were collected using an E-mail...
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Ethical Attitudes according to Education and Clinical Experience of Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR)

Kae YA, Lee MY, Park JS, Kim HJ, Jung TY, Jang BY, Kim YJ, Koo DH

PURPOSE: Although a Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) order is widely in use, it is one of the challenging issues in end-of-life care. This study was conducted to investigate attitudes toward DNR according...
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A Meta Analysis of Effectiveness of Death Education

Kim SH

PURPOSE: We comprehensively analyzed domestic studies on the effects of death preparation education in order to present objective data. METHODS: Meta-analysis was conducted with a total of 22 master's and doctoral...
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Effects of a Well-dying Program on Nursing Students

Moon H, Cha S, Jung S

PURPOSE: We examined the effects of a well-dying program on nursing students in terms of death preparation, death recognition and perception of well-dying perception. METHODS: The design of this study was...
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Do-not-resuscitation in Terminal Cancer Patient

Kwon JH

For patients who are near the end of life, an inevitable step is discussion of a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order, which involves patients, their family members and physicians. To discuss DNR...
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