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Availability of and factors related to interventional procedures for refractory pain in patients with cancer: a nationwide survey
Availability of and factors related to interventional procedures for refractory pain in patients with cancer: a nationwide survey
Cancer pain may be refractory to standard pharmacological treatment. Interventional procedures are important for quality o...
The role of companion animals in advanced cancer: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
The role of companion animals in advanced cancer: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
There is evidence that a companion animal (CA) or ‘pet’ can be helpful during the management of chronic illnes...
Views of general practitioners on end-of-life care learning preferences: a systematic review
Views of general practitioners on end-of-life care learning preferences: a systematic review
General practitioners (GPs) play a pivotal role in providing end-of-life care in the community. Although they value end-of...
Advance care planning and goals of care discussion: the perspectives of Brazilian oncologists
Advance care planning and goals of care discussion: the perspectives of Brazilian oncologists
Advance care planning (ACP) and goals of care discussions are important instruments that enable respect for patient autono...
The experiences of clinical nurses coping with patient death in the context of rising hospital deaths in China: a qualitative study
The experiences of clinical nurses coping with patient death in the context of rising hospital deaths in China: a qualitative study
Chinese clinical nurses are increasingly confronting patient death, as the proportion of hospital deaths is growing. Witne...
The development of a questionnaire to assess the willingness of Chinese community health workers to implement advance care planning
The development of a questionnaire to assess the willingness of Chinese community health workers to implement advance care planning
To develop a questionnaire to evaluate the willingness of Chinese health care workers to implement an advance care plannin...
Modifiable factors of depressive-symptom trajectories from caregiving through bereavement
Modifiable factors of depressive-symptom trajectories from caregiving through bereavement
The purpose of this secondary-analysis study was to identify never-before-examined factors associated with distinct depres...
Unmet needs in palliative care for patients with common non-cancer diseases: a cross-sectional study
Unmet needs in palliative care for patients with common non-cancer diseases: a cross-sectional study
Non-cancer patients experience the chronic process of disease that increases the patients’ suffering as well as fami...
A study to translate and validate the Thai version of the Victoria Respiratory Congestion Scale
A study to translate and validate the Thai version of the Victoria Respiratory Congestion Scale
Few clinical tools are available to objectively evaluate death rattles in palliative care. The Victoria Respiratory Conges...
Translation, cultural adaptation, and validation of the Integrated Palliative Outcome Scale-renal (IPOS-r) to Czech
Translation, cultural adaptation, and validation of the Integrated Palliative Outcome Scale-renal (IPOS-r) to Czech
Patients with advanced kidney disease suffer from burdensome symptoms, which should be assessed by valid and reliable pati...
Communication skills training in advance care planning: a survey among medical students at the University of Antwerp
Communication skills training in advance care planning: a survey among medical students at the University of Antwerp
Palliative care (PC) is a strongly emerging discipline worldwide. Despite efforts to integrate this important topic in the...
The perspectives of oncology healthcare providers on the role of palliative care in a comprehensive cancer center
The perspectives of oncology healthcare providers on the role of palliative care in a comprehensive cancer center
Palliative care (PC) is an essential part of oncologic care, but its optimal role within a cancer center remains unclear. ...
Factors influencing terminal cancer patients’ autonomous DNR decision: a longitudinal statutory document and clinical database study
Factors influencing terminal cancer patients’ autonomous DNR decision: a longitudinal statutory document and clinical database study
Much of our knowledge of patient autonomy of DNR (do-not-resuscitate) is derived from the cross-sectional questionnaire su...
Psychological distress and resilience in patients with advanced cancer during the Covid-19 pandemic: the mediating role of spirituality
Psychological distress and resilience in patients with advanced cancer during the Covid-19 pandemic: the mediating role of spirituality
The purpose of this study was to investigate the sociodemographic factors related to psychological distress, spirituality,...
Psychometric validation of the death literacy index and benchmarking of death literacy level in a representative uk population sample
Psychometric validation of the death literacy index and benchmarking of death literacy level in a representative uk population sample
Death literacy includes the knowledge and skills that people need to gain access to, understand, and make informed choices...
Demoralization level fluctuated at various time frame of radiotherapy for patients with different cancers: a longitudinal observational study
Demoralization level fluctuated at various time frame of radiotherapy for patients with different cancers: a longitudinal observational study
Demoralization is a psychological response that is frequently observed in patients with cancer or advanced diseases. It is...
Caregiver’s burden at the end of life of their loved one: insights from a longitudinal qualitative study among working family caregivers
Caregiver’s burden at the end of life of their loved one: insights from a longitudinal qualitative study among working family caregivers
Growing numbers of people with advanced illnesses who wish to die at home, a concurrent decline in the accessibility of pr...
Outpatient palliative care during the COVID-19 pandemic: a retrospective single centre analysis in Germany
Outpatient palliative care during the COVID-19 pandemic: a retrospective single centre analysis in Germany
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has challenged health care systems worldwide. In Germany, patients in a p...
Perspectives, perceived self-efficacy, and preparedness of newly qualified physicians’ in practising palliative care—a qualitative study
Perspectives, perceived self-efficacy, and preparedness of newly qualified physicians’ in practising palliative care—a qualitative study
Dealing with life-limiting illnesses, death, dying and grief, is uncharted territory for medical graduates. It is a field ...
Hospital-based evaluation of palliative care among patients with advanced cervical cancer: a cross-sectional study
Hospital-based evaluation of palliative care among patients with advanced cervical cancer: a cross-sectional study
Palliative care is among the standards of care in cancer treatment that should be provided to those in need within the exi...
Where would Canadians prefer to die? Variation by situational severity, support for family obligations, and age in a national study
Where would Canadians prefer to die? Variation by situational severity, support for family obligations, and age in a national study
Death at home has been identified as a key quality indicator for Canadian health care systems and is often assumed to refl...
Quality of life in childhood advanced cancer: from conceptualization to assessment with the Advance QoL tool
Quality of life in childhood advanced cancer: from conceptualization to assessment with the Advance QoL tool
Advanced childhood cancer, a condition with no available cancer-focused treatment options, greatly impacts Quality of Life...
Palliative care and healthcare utilization among deceased metastatic lung cancer patients in U.S. hospitals
Palliative care and healthcare utilization among deceased metastatic lung cancer patients in U.S. hospitals
The benefits of palliative care for cancer patients were well developed; however, the characteristics of receiving palliat...
Barriers to and facilitators of ethical encounters at the end of life in a nursing home: an ethnographic study
Barriers to and facilitators of ethical encounters at the end of life in a nursing home: an ethnographic study
Among a growing population of older persons, many affected by multiple diseases and complex needs, are cared for in nursin...