Cognition and Ability of Emergency Physicians for Palliative Care in Tertiary Hospitals

Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao. 2021 Aug;43(4):563-570. doi: 10.3881/j.issn.1000-503X.13594.ABSTRACTObjective To understand the cognition and related abilities of emergency physicians for palliative care in China. Methods A total of 115 emergency physicians were selected by convenient sampling to conduct a questionnaire survey.The questionnaire included the physicians’ basic information,feelings and attitudes towards end-stage patients and their families,cognition of palliative care,and personal ability for palliative care. Results 25.2%,59.1%,and 15.7% of the emergency physicians considered they had “no understanding”,”partial understanding”,and “full understanding” of palliative care,respectively.32(27.8%)physicians participated in palliative care-related lectures and they showed higher self-rated cognition levels(P=0.002).Wechat(39.1%),media(36.5%),and word of mouth(33.0%)were the…
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