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Self-Efficacy, Self-Care Behavior, Posttraumatic Growth, and Quality of Life in Patients with Cancer according to Disease Characteristics

Choi J, Lee S, An B

PURPOSE: This study examined self-efficacy, self-care behavior, posttraumatic growth, and quality of life in cancer patients and their levels by disease characteristics groups to identify patient groups that require psychosocial...
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Unmet Medical Service Needs in Family Caregivers of Terminal Cancer Patients

Shin WJ, Hwang SW, Hwang IC, Choi YS, Lee YJ, Kim YS, Shin JS, Choi YH, Rim DW, Kim HS

PURPOSE: The unmet medical service needs of caregivers critically influence their caring for terminal cancer patients, but not much research has been done in this regard. Thus, the purpose of...
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The Influence of Terminal Care Performance, Death Anxiety and Self-Esteem on Terminal Care Stress of Geriatric Hospital Nurses

Kim WS, Cho HH, Kwon S

PURPOSE: This descriptive study was aimed at identifying the relations among geriatric nurses' terminal care performance, death anxiety and self-esteem and the factors that affect nurses' terminal care stress. METHODS: Data...
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Home-Based Hospice Care Provided by a Free-Standing Hospice Center: Patients' Characteristics and Service Conditions

Kim HS, June KJ, Son YS

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate patients' characteristics and actual conditions of home-based services offered by a free-standing hospice center. METHODS: A retrospective review was performed with the medical records...
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Recognition of Good Death, Attitude towards the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment, and Attitude towards Euthanasia in Nurses

Kim SN, Kim HJ

PURPOSE: To provide practical data for bioethics education, we identified correlations between recognition of good death, attitude towards withdrawal of meaningless life-sustaining treatment, and attitude towards euthanasia in nurses. METHODS: Using...
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The Lived Experience of Suffering of Family with Cancer Patients: Parse's Human Becoming Research Method

Choi YS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to discover the structure of the lived experience of suffering of families with cancer patients to develop a theoretical foundation that can be...
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Retrospective Cohort Study on the Administration of Sedative for Delirium in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients and Survival Time

Park HS, Kim DS, Bae EH, Kim JR, Seo JH, Yun JM

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the difference in survival time of patients with delirium according to sedative medication. METHODS: From January 2012 through December 2013, a retrospective cohort study was performed using...
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The Evaluation of the Korean Advance Directives (K-AD)

Kim K, Kim S, Hong S, Kim J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate Korean advance directives (K-AD) by examining the degree of adults' acceptance and reliability of the directive itself. METHODS: Survey was performed with...
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Hospice Palliative Care in South Korea: Past, Present, and Future

Kim HS, Hong YS

Hospice palliative care (HPC) in Korea has developed steadily since its introduction in 1965. Currently, HPC in Korea is targeted only towards terminal cancer patients and their families, and the...
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