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- Tags: Pastoral Care
The Role of Palliative Care in Caring for the Families of Patients With COVID-19
Tags: 2020, American Journal Of Hospice And Palliative Care, Bakar M, Betacoronavirus, Capano E, Child, Child Care, Communication, Coronavirus Infections/*therapy, COVID-19, Decision-making, Distress, Family, Family/psychology, Humans, McIntyre B, Palliative Care/methods, Pandemics, Pastoral Care, Patterson M, Pneumonia, September 2020 List, Social Work, Support, Viral/*therapy, Walsh C J
Palliative care in an underserved community: Striving and thriving
Tags: 2018, Alladin A R, April 2020 List, Awareness, Bereavement Support, bone marrow, Cancer Patient, Cantwell G P, Caribbean, Child, Childhood Cancer, conference abstract, Congenital Malformation, coordination compound, Ethnic Group, Europe, Female, Heart, Hispanic, Hospice, Hospital Patient, Human, Japan, Juanico K, kidney, liver, Major Clinical Study, Male, Medicaid, Memory, Middle East, Music Therapy, Nares M, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Newborn, nursing education, Pain, Palliative Therapy, Pastoral Care, Pediatrics, Perception, Posthumous Care, Resident, Sibling, Social Work, Terminal Care, terminally Ill Patient, Webster-Carrion A
Simple changes can improve conduct of end-of-life care in the intensive care unit.
Tags: 2004, Aged, Analgesics/tu [Therapeutic Use], Attitude Of Health Personnel, Backlog, Canadian Journal Of Anaesthesia, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Cause Of Death, Diazepam/tu [Therapeutic Use], DNAR, DNAR Outcomes, Female, Hall RI, Humans, Hypnotics and Sedatives/tu [Therapeutic Use], Intensive Care Units, Intervention Studies, Journal Article, Life Support Care, Male, Middle Aged, Murray D, Nurses/px [Psychology], Palliative Care, Pastoral Care, Patient Admission, Physicians/px [Psychology], Resuscitation Orders, Retrospective Studies, Rocker GM, Withholding Treatment
The WHO objectives for palliative care: to what extent are we achieving them?
Tags: 1995, Abraham C, Backlog, Health Priorities, Health Services Research, Holistic Health, Hospices/standards, Human, Johnston G, Journal Article, Non-U.S. Gov't, Organizational Objectives, Outcome Assessment (health Care), Palliative Care/standards, Palliative Medicine, Pastoral Care, Professional-family Relations, Social Support, Support, Terminal Care/methods, World Health Organization
Factors important to patients' quality of life at the end of life
Tags: 2012, Adult, Aged, Archives Of Internal Medicine, Attitude To Death, Backlog, Caregivers, Drug Therapy, Female, Follow-up Studies, Humans, Journal Article, Male, Meditation, Middle Aged, Models, Neoplasms, Nilsson ME, Pastoral Care, Physician-patient Relations, Prigerson HG, Prospective Studies, Quality Of Life, statistical, Terminal Care, Terminally Ill, United States, Zhang B
The Provision Of Spiritual And Pastoral Care Following Stillbirth In Ireland: A Mixed Methods Study
Tags: 2014, Attitude To Death, Bereavement, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, Chaplain, Chaplaincy Service Hospital/standards, Daniel Nuzum, Female, Hospitals Maternity/organization & Administration, Humans, Ireland, June 2016 List, Keelin O'Donoghue, Male, Pastoral Care, Pregnancy, Professional-family Relations, Sarah Meaney, Spiritual Care, Spirituality, Stillbirth, Stillbirth/psychology