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Understanding Palliative Care and Hospice: A Review for Primary Care Providers.
Buss MK, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 2017 - Review. PMID 28160875
Palliative care provides invaluable clinical management and support for patients and their families. For most people, palliative care is not provided by hospice and palliative medicine specialists, but rather by their primary care providers. ...This article defines palliative care, describes how it differs from hospice, debunks some common myths associated with hospice and palliative care, and offers suggestions on how primary care providers can integrate palliative care into their practice....
Palliative care provides invaluable clinical management and support for patients and their families. For most people, palliative c
Patients' perceptions of palliative care quality in hospice inpatient care, hospice day care, palliative units in nursing homes, and home care: a cross-sectional study.
Sandsdalen T, et al. BMC Palliat Care 2016. PMID 27553776 Free PMC article.
METHOD: A cross-sectional study including 191 patients in late palliative phase (73 % response rate) admitted to hospice inpatient care, hospice day care, palliative units in nursing homes, and home care was conducted, using the Quality from the Patients' Perspective instrument-palliative care (QPP-PC). ...Patients' perceptions of care across settings differed, with highest scores in hospice inpatient care for the dimensions; ID, SC, and "medical care" (S), the SC and "atmosphere" (S) for hospice day care, and "medical care" (S) for palliative units in nursing homes. ...
METHOD: A cross-sectional study including 191 patients in late palliative phase (73 % response rate) admitted to hospice inpatient …
Quality Hospice Care in Adult Family Homes: Barriers and Facilitators.
Washington KT, et al. J Am Med Dir Assoc 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28974462 Free PMC article.
In this study, we sought to identify processes that facilitated the provision of quality hospice care to seriously ill residents of adult family homes and their family members. ...RESULTS: Family members described quality hospice care in the adult family home as care that is consistent with residents and families' values and that results in comfort and social connectedness for residents while promoting peace of mind and decreasing burden for residents' families. ...
In this study, we sought to identify processes that facilitated the provision of quality hospice care to seriously ill residen …
What do patients and family-caregivers value from hospice care? A systematic mixed studies review.
Hughes NM, et al. BMC Palliat Care 2019. PMID 30736788 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: It is not known which attributes of care are valued the most by those who experience hospice services. Such knowledge is integral to service development as it facilitates opportunities for continuous improvement of hospice care provision. ...CONCLUSION: Review findings strengthen the existing evidence base and illuminates the underpinning elements of hospice care most valued by patients and their families. ...
BACKGROUND: It is not known which attributes of care are valued the most by those who experience hospice services. Such knowle …
Hospice care in Calgary: Survey of family physicians on their knowledge, experience, and attitudes.
Spice R, et al. Can Fam Physician 2016. PMID 27521414 Free PMC article.
The survey contained 18 questions related to hospice care, physician experience, attitudes, and perceived barriers to making a hospice referral. ...Family physicians agreed that palliative care in a hospice setting can greatly improve quality of life for patients, but only 2 of 6 knowledge questions about hospice care were answered correctly by most. ...
The survey contained 18 questions related to hospice care, physician experience, attitudes, and perceived barriers to making a …
African Americans and Hospice Care: A Narrative Analysis.
Dillon PJ and Roscoe LA. Narrat Inq Bioeth 2015. PMID 26300148
Scholars argue that increasing hospice enrollment among African Americans will help improve end-of-life care for this population, yet few studies have examined the experiences of African American patients and their loved ones after accessing hospice care. ...Building from these categories, we discuss the implications of this research for understanding hospice experiences, promoting hospice access, and improving end-of-life care for marginalized populations....
Scholars argue that increasing hospice enrollment among African Americans will help improve end-of-life care for this populati …
The care experiences of patients who die in residential hospice: A qualitative analysis of the last three months of life from the views of bereaved caregivers.
Bainbridge D, et al. Palliat Support Care 2018. PMID 28660841
In addition to residential hospice, the majority of patients represented also received palliative care in the home (69%) or hospital (59%). Overall, most positive statements were about care in hospice (71%), whereas the negative statements tended to refer to other settings (81%). ...
In addition to residential hospice, the majority of patients represented also received palliative care in the home (69%) or ho …
Effect of hospice care on quality indicators of end-of-life care among patients with liver cancer: a national longitudinal population-based study in Taiwan 2000-2011.
Kao YH and Chiang JK. BMC Palliat Care 2015. PMID 26286505 Free PMC article.
CONCLUSIONS: Patients with liver cancer who received hospice care were less likely to be admitted to ICUs or require CPR compared with those who received no hospice care. ...We conclude that EOL cancer care in Taiwan might be improved by implementing policies encouraging early hospice referral programs....
CONCLUSIONS: Patients with liver cancer who received hospice care were less likely to be admitted to ICUs or require CPR compa …
Specialized Palliative and Hospice Care and the Importance of Mourning Our Nation's Veterans.
Shamas T and Gillespie-Heyman S. AMA J Ethics 2018. PMID 30118433 Free article.
In this paper, we describe two cases involving end-of-life care for veterans with combat trauma and describe individualized approaches to their care....
In this paper, we describe two cases involving end-of-life care for veterans with combat trauma and describe individualized approache …
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