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Mediating Effects of Empathy and Resilience on the Relationship between Terminal Care Stress and Performance for Nurses in a Tertiary Hospital

Kim HY, Nam KH, Kwon SH

PURPOSE: To develop end-of-life care training programs for nurses who provide in a tertiary hospital, we examined the mediating effects of empathy and resilience on the relationship between their stress...
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Development of the Scope of Practice for Palliative Care Aides with Delphi Method

Kwon SH, Yang AR

PURPOSE: Given the emergence of a new profession called a palliative care aide, this study aims to develop the scope of its practice using the Delphi consensus method. METHODS: This study...
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Change in Palliative Performance Scale (PPS) Predicts Survival in Patients with Terminal Cancer

Oh JH, Lee YJ, Seo MS, Yoon JH, Kim CM, Kang C

PURPOSE: The Palliative Performance Scale (PPS) is a widely used prognostic tool in patients with advanced cancer. This study examines the association between changes in PPS score and survival in...
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Factors Associated with Willingness to Volunteer for End-Stage AIDS Patients among Hospice Volunteers

Yoon S, Choi Y, Jung JG, Kim JS, Ryu H

PURPOSE: With the implementation of the Act on Life Sustaining Treatment, hospice-palliative care will be extended to non-cancer diseases including the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). However, there are concerns about...
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The Theory of Meaning in Hospice Care

Starck PL

Care for the human spirit is a core component of quality end-of-life care. Logotherapy, based on the premise that the primary motivation of human beings is to find meaning and...
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Spiritual Care in Hospice and Palliative Care

Ferrell BR

Spiritual care is at the center of hospice and palliative care. Patients facing serious and life-threatening illness have important needs in regard to faith, hope, and existential concerns. The purpose...
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