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[Paediatric palliative care in Denmark should be strengthened].

Related Articles [Paediatric palliative care in Denmark should be strengthened]. Ugeskr Laeger. 2014 Sep 01;176(36): Authors: Jespersen BA, Clausen N, Sjøgren P Abstract Paediatric palliative care is the total care for the child’s body, mind and spirit, and involves support to the family. It begins when a life-threatening disease is diagnosed and depends on an interdisciplinary team approach. In 2013, 295 children under the age of 16 years died in Denmark. Of these, 195 were less than one year old. Most children and their families may prefer death at home if possible. Early planning allows for better integration of home-care…
Origen: [Paediatric palliative care in Denmark should be strengthened]. – PubMed

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Supportive Care: Meeting the Needs of Patients with Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease.

Related Articles Supportive Care: Meeting the Needs of Patients with Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2016 10 07;11(10):1879-1880 Authors: Davison SN, Moss AH PMID: 28394760 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: Supportive Care: Meeting the Needs of Patients with Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease. – PubMed

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Palliative care patients' perceptions of the work involved in understanding and managing the network of care provision surrounding them.

Related Articles Palliative care patients’ perceptions of the work involved in understanding and managing the network of care provision surrounding them. BMJ Support Palliat Care. 2017 Jun;7(2):133-139 Authors: Jarrett N, Porter K, Davis C, Lathlean J, Duke S, Corner J, Addington-Hall J Abstract OBJECTIVE: To explore the work carried out for cancer palliative care patients in understanding and dealing with the often large network of care provision surrounding them. METHOD: Qualitative thematic analysis of interviews with 24 patients (aged 48-85 years) with 15 different types/sites of cancer and palliative care needs. RESULTS: The main theme of ‘patient work-their strategies and project…
Origen: Palliative care patients' perceptions of the work involved in understanding and managing the network of care provision surrounding them. – PubMed

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Variation in Practice Patterns of Korean Radiation Oncologists for Spine Metastasis between 2009 and 2014.

Related Articles Variation in Practice Patterns of Korean Radiation Oncologists for Spine Metastasis between 2009 and 2014. Cancer Res Treat. 2016 Jul;48(3):1102-9 Authors: Yu JI, Park HC, Ahn YC, Chung Y, Koom WS, Song SY Abstract PURPOSE: The Korean Society of Radiation Oncologists (KOSRO) conducted the Patterns of Care Study (PCS) of radiotherapy (RT) for spine metastases in 2009. The current study was conducted to investigate current practice patterns and compare them with the results of the PCS. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The survey questionnaire was composed of 10 questions regarding general information and seven questions for each of two clinical…
Origen: Variation in Practice Patterns of Korean Radiation Oncologists for Spine Metastasis between 2009 and 2014. – PubMed

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How does uncertainty shape patient experience in advanced illness? A secondary analysis of qualitative data.

Related Articles How does uncertainty shape patient experience in advanced illness? A secondary analysis of qualitative data. Palliat Med. 2017 Feb;31(2):171-180 Authors: Etkind SN, Bristowe K, Bailey K, Selman LE, Murtagh FE Abstract BACKGROUND: Uncertainty is common in advanced illness but is infrequently studied in this context. If poorly addressed, uncertainty can lead to adverse patient outcomes. AIM: We aimed to understand patient experiences of uncertainty in advanced illness and develop a typology of patients’ responses and preferences to inform practice. DESIGN: Secondary analysis of qualitative interview transcripts. Studies were assessed for inclusion and interviews were sampled using maximum-variation sampling.…
Origen: How does uncertainty shape patient experience in advanced illness? A secondary analysis of qualitative data. – PubMed

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