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Harefuah. 2022 May;161(5):293-298.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: The trend of increasing numbers of terminally ill patients hospitalized in general wards requires nursing staff to be able to provide palliative care (PC). The self-efficacy (SE) to provide PC was found to be a leading factor predicting future professional behavior. There is no tool in the Hebrew language to evaluate SE for symptoms management and provision of psychosocial care within the PC.OBJECTIVES: To validate a Hebrew version of the “Palliative Care Self-Efficacy Scale )PCSES)” among nursing staff employed in various hospital wards.METHODS: A cross-sectional study was performed among nursing staff employed at four Israeli hospitals in…
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