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Do Korean Medical Schools Provide Adequate End-of-Life Care Education? A Nationwide Survey of the Republic of Korea's End-of-Life Care Curricula

Kim KJ, Kim DY, Shin SJ, Heo DS, Nam EM

PURPOSE: Physician competency in end-of-life (EOL) care is becoming increasingly important. This study investigated the EOL care curricula in Korean medical schools. METHODS: Questionnaires were issued to the faculty members responsible...
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Preference and Performance Fidelity of Modified Korean Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MK-POLST) Items in Hospice Patients with Cancer

Han JH, Chun HS, Kim TH, Kim RB, Kim JH, Kang JH

PURPOSE: The Act on Hospice and Palliative Care and Decisions on Life-sustaining Treatment for Patients at the End of Life was enacted in 2016 and has taken effect since 2018...
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Evaluation of Continuing Education Program to Enhance Competency for Hospice Volunteers: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Design

Seo M, Cho HA, Han SM, Ko Y, Gil CR

PURPOSE: Hospice volunteers are serving an invisible yet pivotal role in the hospice and palliative care team. This study investigated how effectively a continuing education program could enhance hospice volunteers'...
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Current Status of End-of-Life Care Education in Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum

Kwon SH, Cho YS

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze the current status of end-of-life (EoL) care education of the undergraduate nursing curriculum and senior students' EoL care experience and competency. METHODS:...
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Changes in Perceptions and Attitudes of Medical Students toward End-of-Life Care after Hospice and Palliative Medicine Education

Cha J, Lihm H, Kim Y, Kang J

PURPOSE: High-quality hospice and palliative medicine curricula are necessary in Korean medical schools. This study evaluated changes in students' knowledge and attitudes toward both hospice and palliative care following the...
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Subjective Attitudes towards Terminal Patients of Nursing Students with Clinical Practice Experience: Application of Q Methodology

Lee EJ, Hwang KH, Cho OH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify subjective attitudes towards terminal patients in nursing students who had clinical practice. The types of subjective attitude were classified by applying Q methodology....
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Quantity over Quality? Perception of Designating Long-Term Care Hospitals as Providers of Hospice and Palliative Care

Kim-Knauss Y, Jeong E, Sim JA, Lee J, Choo J, Yun YH

PURPOSE: Amendment to the Act on Decisions on Life-sustaining Treatment was recently enacted to designate long-term care hospitals as providers of hospice and palliative care. Despite its benefit of providing...
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