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1984 16
1985 13
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1988 13
1989 19
1990 22
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1995 36
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2018 100
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End-of-Life Care: Managing Common Symptoms.
Albert RH. Am Fam Physician 2017 - Review. PMID 28318209 Free article.
Constipation may be caused by low oral intake or opiate use. Preventive regimens to avoid constipation should include a stimulant laxative with a stool softener. ...Effective symptom control in end-of-life care can allow patients to progress through the dying process in a safe, dignified, and comfortable manner....
Constipation may be caused by low oral intake or opiate use. Preventive regimens to avoid constipation should include a
Meaningful experiences and end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: A qualitative study.
Stokes H, et al. Intensive Crit Care Nurs 2019. PMID 30967306
SETTING: In-depth, face-to-face interviews were conducted with six intensive care nurses employed in a 32-bed medical/surgical intensive care unit of an academic tertiary care centre in Canada. ...Three main themes were identified and included: creating a good death, navigating the challenges and making it work. CONCLUSION: The findings reveal how intensive care nurses provide good end-of-life care and create good deaths for patients and families....
SETTING: In-depth, face-to-face interviews were conducted with six intensive care nurses employed in a 32-bed medical/surgical …
How can end of life care excellence be normalized in hospitals? Lessons from a qualitative framework study.
Noble C, et al. BMC Palliat Care 2018. PMID 30089484 Free PMC article.
Data were analysed using an a priori framework of NPT constructs; coherence, cognitive participation, collective action and reflexive monitoring. ...Implementation was challenged by competing concerns in the acute setting where most patients required a different care approach (cognitive participation). ...
Data were analysed using an a priori framework of NPT constructs; coherence, cognitive participation, collective
Terminal care in a semi-rural area.
Herd EB. Br J Gen Pract 1990. PMID 2117949 Free PMC article.
In six months 157 patients died of malignant disease in West Cumbria, a semi-rural area, following a period of terminal care exceeding a week. ...The commonest reasons for hospital admission were problems in providing care: in 22% of admissions there was no lay carer and in 45% the lay carer became unable to continue to give care. ...
In six months 157 patients died of malignant disease in West Cumbria, a semi-rural area, following a period of terminal car
Final acts
[No authors listed] Nurs Manag (Harrow) 2017. PMID 28659087
'Last offices' is the term traditionally used in nursing to describe the final acts of care for a deceased person or someone who is about to die. The chief nursing officer for Ireland has published guidance on nurses' responsibilities before, at the time of and immediately after the person's death....
'Last offices' is the term traditionally used in nursing to describe the final acts of care for a deceased person or someone who is a …
Developing an intervention for optimizing end of life care in any setting.
Dobson E. Ann Palliat Med 2018. PMID 29402104 Free article.
The gold standards of care created within the hospice setting are not always effectively influencing national, regional or local policy. ...Using this it then explores how we could use this to optimise end of life care....
The gold standards of care created within the hospice setting are not always effectively influencing national, regional or loc …
Transforming End-of-Life Care by Implementing a Patient-Centered Care Model: Findings From an Action Research Project.
Dobrina R, et al. J Hosp Palliat Nurs 2018. PMID 30260814
Patient-centered care is valued by health care professionals working in palliative care settings. However, studies have revealed the difficulty of adopting patient-centered care in daily practice and of sharing its meaning within the interdisciplinary team. ...Inpatient hospice health carers in this study were aware of the concept of patient-centered care. However, its actual implementation was lacking. ...
Patient-centered care is valued by health care professionals working in palliative care settings. However, studi …
Improving end-of-life care.
Scammell J. Br J Nurs 2018. PMID 30457369
Janet Scammell, Associate Professor (Nursing), Bournemouth University, considers the importance of education in ensuring nurses have the knowledge and skills to deliver person-centred care at the end of life....
Janet Scammell, Associate Professor (Nursing), Bournemouth University, considers the importance of education in ensuring nurses have …
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