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Barriers to Early Palliative Care

Yoon SJ

This article aims to discuss the barriers hindering cancer patients from receiving early palliative care, which has been demonstrated to be more effective in improving quality of life and controlling...
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Relationships among Perceptions of Dying Well, Attitudes toward Advance Directives, and Preferences for Advance Directives among Elderly Living Alone

Ryu EJ, Choi SE

Purpose: This study investigated awareness of dying well, as well as attitudes and preferences toward advance directives (ADs), among elderly individuals who lived alone. Methods: The participants were 173 elderly...
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Validation of the Nurses’ Involvement in Dying Patients and Family Care-Korean Version

Kim MY, Lee H, Lee I, Lee M, Cho H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to test the validity of the Korean version of the Nurses’ Involvement in Dying Patients and Family Care (NIDPFC) instrument. Methods: Data were...
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Development and Application of Advance Care Planning Workbooks to Facilitate Communication with Children and Adolescent Patients: A Pilot Test

Moon YJ, Lee J, Choo IS, Kang SH, Kim CH, Song IG, Kim MS

Purpose: This study presents the process of designing workbooks for advance care planning appropriate for the Korean cultural setting and describes actual case studies. Methods: This study focused on single...
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Health Personnel’s Knowledge, Attitudes, and Self-Efficacy Related to Providing Palliative Care in Persons with Chronic Diseases

Cha E, Lee S, Lee J, Lee I

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships of knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy related to palliative care among health care providers (doctors and nurses) in order to...
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The Art Therapy Experiences of Patients and Their Family Members in Hospice Palliative Care

Park S, Song H

Purpose: In this study, the researchers closely investigated the psychosocial problems faced by terminal cancer patients and their family members in hospice palliative care units. Methods: The investigators conducted four sessions...
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Attitudes towards Death, Perceptions of Hospice Care, and Hospice Care Needs among Family Members of Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Oak Y, Kim YS

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the relationships among attitudes towards death, perceptions of hospice care, and hospice care needs as perceived by family members of patients in the intensive...
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Existential Issues and Psychosocial Interventions in Palliative Care

Lee JH

The finite nature of human existence leads many to search for meaning, which comes into sharper relief for those who are imminently facing death. Therefore, universal existential concerns such as...
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