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End-of-life decisions in perinatal care: A view from health-care providers in Mexico.

Related Articles End-of-life decisions in perinatal care: A view from health-care providers in Mexico. Salud Publica Mex. 2015 Nov-Dec;57(6):489-95 Authors: Grether P, Lisker R, Loria A, Álvarez-del-Río A Abstract OBJECTIVE: To examine the opinions of a perinatal health team regarding decisions related to late termination of pregnancy and severely ill newborns. MATERIALS AND METHODS: An anonymous questionnaire was administered to physicians, social workers, and nurses in perinatal care. Differences were evaluated using the chi square and Student’s t tests. RESULTS: When considering severely ill fetuses and newborns, 82% and 93% of participants, respectively, opted for providing palliative care, whereas 18%…
Origen: End-of-life decisions in perinatal care: A view from health-care providers in Mexico. – PubMed

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Reading the Room: Lessons on Holding Space and Presence.

Related Articles Reading the Room: Lessons on Holding Space and Presence. J Cancer Educ. 2018 12;33(6):1362-1363 Authors: Kelemen AM, Kearney G, Groninger H Abstract The following is a reflection on a patient interaction that draws attention to presence and holding space. PMID: 28211021 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: Reading the Room: Lessons on Holding Space and Presence. – PubMed

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[Give the due value to the end of life: the systematic underfunding of specialised palliative care in the Swiss DRG system].

Related Articles [Give the due value to the end of life: the systematic underfunding of specialised palliative care in the Swiss DRG system]. Ther Umsch. 2018 Jul;75(2):127-134 Authors: Gudat H Abstract Give the due value to the end of life: the systematic underfunding of specialised palliative care in the Swiss DRG system Abstract. Palliative care is an integral part of modern medicine, improving quality of life, treatment satisfaction, and reducing the costs of care in severe disease. Patients’ access should be early, regardless of age, diagnosis and setting, when incurable or advanced disease has been diagnosed. The public expenditure for…
Origen: [Give the due value to the end of life: the systematic underfunding of specialised palliative care in the Swiss DRG system]. – PubMed

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Associations between Mild Cognitive Dysfunction and End-of-Life Outcomes in Patients with Advanced Cancer.

Related Articles Associations between Mild Cognitive Dysfunction and End-of-Life Outcomes in Patients with Advanced Cancer. J Palliat Med. 2018 04;21(4):536-540 Authors: Kurita K, Reid MC, Siegler EL, Diamond EL, Prigerson HG Abstract BACKGROUND: Cognitive function of patients with advanced cancer is frequently compromised. OBJECTIVE: To determine the extent that patients’ cognitive screening scores was associated with their end-of-life (EoL) treatment preferences, advance care planning (ACP), and care. DESIGN: Patients were interviewed at baseline and administered a cognitive screen. Caregivers completed a postmortem assessment. SETTING/SUBJECTS: Patients with distant metastases and disease progression after first-line chemotherapy and their caregivers (n = 609) were recruited…
Origen: Associations between Mild Cognitive Dysfunction and End-of-Life Outcomes in Patients with Advanced Cancer. – PubMed

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