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The Meaning of Dignified with Death

Chung BY, Cho YH

PURPOSE: We explored Koreans' perception of the meaning of death with dignity that Korean people. METHODS: A phenomenological research methodology was applied. A total of 13 participants were sampled based on...
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Do-not-resuscitation in Terminal Cancer Patient

Kwon JH

For patients who are near the end of life, an inevitable step is discussion of a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order, which involves patients, their family members and physicians. To discuss DNR...
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Public Perception and Acceptance of the National Strategy for Well-Dying

Lee SH, Shin DE, Sim JA, Yun YH

PURPOSE: Ten years have passed since the Korean government announced its plan to institutionally support hospice and palliative care in 2002. In line with that, this study aims to suggest...
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Predictive Factors for City Dwellers' Attitudes toward Death with Dignity

Jo KH, An GJ, Kim GM, Kim YJ

  • KMID: 2244741
  • Korean J Hosp Palliat Care.
  • 2012 Dec;15(4):193-204.
PURPOSE: This correlation study was performed to examine Korean adults' perceptions and attitudes towards death with dignity and the withdrawal of life sustaining treatment and to identify factors that predict...
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Euthanasia: a misunderstood term

Lee YS

Although the word 'euthanasia', a compound word of eu- (good, well) and thanatos (death) is widely known, it is greatly misunderstood. With regard to end-of-life medicine, several phrases, including death...
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