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End-of-Life Issues in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ghosh D, Gupta B

Purpose: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and has exposed the lack of preparedness of most nations’ health care sys-tems. Even in usual...
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Content Analysis of the Meaning of Spiritual Care as Perceived by Nursing Students

Shin SH, Kim HY, Woo HY, Lee MN, Kim YJ

Purpose: This study aimed to describe the meaning of spiritual care as perceived by nursing students. Methods: This study used a descriptive research design, and the participants were 126 fourth-year...
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Factors Affecting the End-of Life Care Competency of Tertiary Hospital Nurses

Jeong DI, Eun Y

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the levels of end-of-life care competency; knowledge, attitudes, and experiences regarding advance directives; perceptions of good death; and end-of-life care obstacles...
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Barriers to Counseling on Advance Directives Based on Counselors’ Experiences: Focus Group Interviews

Kim Y, Yoo SH, Choi W, Kim MS, Park HY, Keam B

Purpose: In Korea, since the Act on Hospice and Palliative Care and Decisions on LifeSustaining Treatment for Patients at the End of Life was implemented in February 2018, advance directives...
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The Effects of Nurses’ Knowledge of Withdrawal of LifeSustaining Treatment, Death Anxiety, Perceptions of Hospice on Their Attitudes toward Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment

Lee YE, Jung YJ, Jang YN, Jeong HE

Purpose: This descriptive study investigated the effects of nurses’ knowledge of withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment, death anxiety, and perceptions of hospice care on their attitudes toward withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment. Methods:...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Care in the Last Days of Life

Shin J, Chang YJ, Park SJ, Choi JY, Kim SH, Choi YS, Kim NH, Yum HK, Nam EM, Park MH, Moon N, Moon JY, Kang HT, Kang JH, Park JM, Lee CW, Kim SY, Lee EJ, Koh SJ, Kim Y, Agnes Cho M, Song Y, Shim JY

A clinical practice guideline for patients in the dying process in general wards and their families, developed through an evidence-based process, is presented herein. The purpose of this guideline is...
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