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Experience of Hope in Terminal Cancer Patients: Applying Parse' s Human Becoming Methodology

Kim JE, So HS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of hope of terminal cancer patients in Korea. METHODS: Seven participants receiving hospice care were interviewed about hope experiences based...
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Ethical Considerations in Hospice and Palliative Care Research

Youn G

Along with the advances in medical technology and the economic development, more terminally ill patients are receiving hospice and palliative care services. Moreover, hospice and palliative care clinicians have been...
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Desensitization in HLA Incompatible Transplantation

Park BG

In terminally ill patients, organ transplantation could be recommended as the treatment of choice. In Korea, living donor liver or kidney transplantation is much more frequent than deceased donor transplantation...
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Re-transmissibility of mouse-adapted ME7 scrapie strain to ovine PrP transgenic mice

Babalola J, Kim JM, Lee YJ, Park JH, Choi HS, Choi YG, Choi EK, Kim YS

Scrapie is a mammalian transmissible spongiform encephalopathy or prion disease that predominantly affects sheep and goats. Scrapie has been shown to overcome the species barrier via experimental infection of other...
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Subjective Attitudes towards Terminal Patients of Nursing Students with Clinical Practice Experience: Application of Q Methodology

Lee EJ, Hwang KH, Cho OH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify subjective attitudes towards terminal patients in nursing students who had clinical practice. The types of subjective attitude were classified by applying Q methodology....
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Feasibility Study of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment for Patients with Terminal Cancer

An HJ, Jeon HJ, Chun SH, Jung HA, Ahn HK, Lee KH, Kim MH, Kim JH, Cheon J, Kim J, Koh SJ

PURPOSE: Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) form is a legal document for terminally ill patients to make medical decisions with physicians near the end-of-life. A multicenter prospective study was...
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The Comprehension of Hospice-Palliative Care and Self-determination Life Sustaining Decision-Making Act as Uro-Oncologist

Huh JS

Every year in Korea about 50,000 terminally ill patients pass away in pain and more than 90% of the elderly oppose medical treatment to keep terminally ill patients alive. In...
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Models for Spiritual Care in Hospice and Palliative Care

Kang KA

Spirituality is an essential part of human beings. Spiritual care, designed to meet the spiritual needs of terminally ill patients and their families, is one of the most important aspects...
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Nutrition Intervention through Interdisciplinary Medical Treatment in Hospice Patients: From Admission to Death

Kang H, Yang YJ, Park J, Heo GJ, Hong JI, Kim HJ

The demand for hospice services as well as for ‘well-dying’ of terminal patients is increasing as patient financial burden is decreasing due to National Health Insurance coverage for hospice care....
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The Effects of the Hospice & Palliative Care Education Program for Caregivers

Choi GH, Kwon SH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify how an education program on palliative care affects nursing home caregivers' perception of hospice care and attitude towards terminally ill patient care. METHODS: This study...
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The Characteristics of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients in Hospice and Palliative Care according to Family Composition

Park SM, Hwang SW, Han KD

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the family composition of terminally ill cancer patients admitted to the hospice unit and how it affects their hospice care. METHODS: We...
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The Influence of Death Education on Medical Students' Attitudes towards End-of-Life Care: A Preliminary Study

Kim HW, Park JC

End-of-life care competencies have been perceived as important and essential, so it has been suggested that end-of-life care be studied in undergraduate medical education. However, end-of-life care curriculum has mostly...
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Design of a Hospice Referral System for Terminally Ill Cancer Patients Using a Standards-Based Health Information Exchange System

Lim K, Kim JW, Yoo S, Heo E, Ji H, Kang B

OBJECTIVES: The demand for hospice has been increasing among patients with cancer. This study examined the current hospice referral scenario for terminally ill cancer patients and created a data form...
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Symptom Features of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients and Depression of Family Caregivers

Kim HM, Koh SJ, Hwang IC, Choi YS, Hwang SW, Lee YJ, Kim YS

PURPOSE: There has been very little study on the associations between patient's symptoms themselves and family caregiver (FC)'s depression in the palliative phase. This cross-sectional study was to investigate the...
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The Meaning of Dignified with Death

Chung BY, Cho YH

PURPOSE: We explored Koreans' perception of the meaning of death with dignity that Korean people. METHODS: A phenomenological research methodology was applied. A total of 13 participants were sampled based on...
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Changes in Life-sustaining Treatment in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients after Signing a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order

Kim HA, Park JY

PURPOSE: This study investigated changes in life-sustaining treatments in terminally ill cancer patients after consenting to a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order. METHODS: Electronic medical records were reviewed to select terminally ill cancer...
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Clinical Nurses' Perceived or Experienced Obstacles and Supportive Behaviors in Providing Care for Terminally Ill Cancer Patients

Heo KS, Park EJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine obstacles and supportive behaviors perceived or experienced by clinical nurses providing care for terminally ill cancer patients. METHODS: Beckstrand's survey questionnaire was...
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Dignity Therapy for End-stage Patients: Concept Analysis

Chung B, Oh E

PURPOSE: Dignity therapy is a very effective intervention to improve the dignity of end-stage patients. A concept analysis by Walker and Avant (2005) was adopted to define, describe, and delimitate...
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Retrospective Cohort Study on the Administration of Sedative for Delirium in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients and Survival Time

Park HS, Kim DS, Bae EH, Kim JR, Seo JH, Yun JM

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the difference in survival time of patients with delirium according to sedative medication. METHODS: From January 2012 through December 2013, a retrospective cohort study was performed using...
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Factors Associated with Care Burden among Family Caregivers of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients

Lee JH, Park HK, Hwang IC, Kim HM, Koh SJ, Kim YS, Lee YJ, Choi YS, Hwang SW, Ahn HY

PURPOSE: It is important to alleviate care burden for terminal cancer patients and their families. This study investigated the factors associated with care burden among family caregivers (FCs) of terminally...
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