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Although hospice services are reported to enhance end-of-life care, respondents also report late referrals and occasional misunderstandings about the role and scope of hospice. Implications: Sustained efforts on many fronts are needed to improve end-of-life care in

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  • Palliative and end of life care in prisons: a mixed

    Dec 01, 2019Objectives To explore current practice in relation to palliative and end of life care in prisons, and to make recommendations for its future provision. Design A rapid literature review of studies using qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods, with a narrative synthesis of results. Data sources Six databases searched between January 2014 to December 2018: ASSIA, CINAHL, Embase, MEDLINECited by: 2

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  • Research - University of Washington

    Research cores focus is to improve palliative care received by patients with life-limiting or life-threatening illness and their families through the acquisition of new knowledge derived from innovative research, collaborative research partnerships, supportive research infrastructure and advancing career development with findings disseminated broadly to concerned stakeholders and communities.

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  • Interpreting at the End of Life: A Systematic Review of

    end of life, including symptom assessment and utilization of hospice services. Objectives. To determine how professional medical interpreters influence the delivery of palliative care services to LEP patients. Methods. We conducted a systematic review of the literature in all available languages of six databases from 1960 to 2014.

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  • Title: A quantitative study of the attitude, knowledge and

    Title: A quantitative study of the attitude, knowledge and experience of staff nurses on prioritizing comfort measures in care of the dying patient in an acute hospital setting. Research Proposal submitted to the University of Dublin Trinity College, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Bachelor in Nursing Studies 9th March 2011File Size: 222KB

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  • Providing end-of-life care in general practice: findings

    Background With increasing numbers of people living with complex life-limiting multimorbidity in the community, consideration must be given to improving the organisation and delivery of high-quality palliative and end-of-life care (EOLC). Aim To provide insight into the experience of GPs providing EOLC in the community, particularly the facilitators and barriers to good-quality care.

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  • Donald L. Patrick - Department of Health Services

    Donald Patrick was the first Director of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the School of Public Health, holding this position from 1987 to 2006. He taught courses in the MPH and PhD programs in Health Services. He publishes widely on outcomes in vulnerable populations, chronic illness, health disparities, and end-of-life care.

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  • Quantitative life cycle assessment of products: 1:Goal

    Jan 01, 1993Quantitative environmental life cycle assessment of products can be a useful tool in product-oriented environmental management. With this methodology the environmental impacts of the product during its entire life cycle are attributed quantitatively to the functioning of

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  • What matters most for end-of-life care? Perspectives from

    Objectives There has been little research conducted to understand the essential meaning of quality, community-based, end-of-life (EOL) care, despite the expansion of these services. The purpose of this study was to define what matters most for EOL care from the perspective of a diverse range of palliative care providers in the community who have daily encounters with death and dying.

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  • Analysis of the Life cycle Impacts and Potential for

    not end with their construction, but continue throughout their use, renovation, and end of life. At end of life, building demolition materials embody all the upstream impacts associated with delivering and operating buildings, including soil erosion, top soil loss, habitat disruption, natural resource depletion,

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  • Family Perspectives on End-of-Life Care Experiences in

    Although hospice services are reported to enhance end-of-life care, respondents also report late referrals and occasional misunderstandings about the role and scope of hospice. Implications: Sustained efforts on many fronts are needed to improve end-of-life care in

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  • Case study research methods in end-of-life care

    Aim: This paper is an evaluation of the use of case study methods, drawing on three research studies conducted by the authors in end-of-life care and bereavement. Background: Case study methods have their origins in social anthropology and draw on the principles of naturalistic inquiry. They have been used in a number of disciplines, including qualitative sociology, management science

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  • A review of the strengths and weaknesses of quantitative

    Based on current levels, exposures to fine particulate matter (PM2.5), ozone (O3), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) are responsible for more than 10,000 disability-adjusted life

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  • Revised end of support date for SharePoint Server 2010

    Apr 13, 2010Microsoft revises end of support date for SharePoint Server 2010 to April 13, 2021; previously October 13, 2020. We recognize that discontinuing support for a product as popular and reliable as SharePoint Server 2010 can be a big adjustment. We also know that some of you are in the process of upgrading to a newer version of SharePoint Server on-premises, or to the cloud with

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  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Standards - Risk and Exposure

    The quantitative risk and exposure assessments inform the EPAs review of the NAAQS. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. Risk and Exposure Assessment for the Review of the NAAQS for SOx (515 pp, 21 MB, 05/09/2018)

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  • Palliative Care Experience in the Last 3 Months of Life: A

    Objective: This study captured the end-of-life care experiences across various settings from bereaved caregivers of individuals who died in residential hospice. Methods: A retrospective, observational design using the CaregiverVoice survey with bereaved caregivers of patients in 22 hospices in Ontario, Canada. The survey assessed various dimensions of the patients care experiences across

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  • Primary palliative care research: opportunities and challenges

    Introduction: Primary care has a central role in palliative and end of life care: 45.6% of deaths in England and Wales occur under the care of primary care teams at home or in care homes. The Community Care Pathways at the End of Life (CAPE) study investigated primary care provided for patients in the final 6 months of life.

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  • Public health approaches to end-of-life care in the UK: an

    Aims and objectives The public health approach to end-of-life care has gained recognition over the past decade regarding its contribution to palliative care services. Terms, such as health-promoting palliative care, and compassionate communities, have entered the discourse of palliative care and practice; examples exist in the UK and globally.

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  • Hospice care delivered at home, in nursing homes and in

    Methods: We included quantitative and qualitative studies on hospice care that was provided in a patients home, nursing home or hospice. We did not include studies on end-of-life care that was provided as part of general healthcare provision, such as by general practitioners in primary care, community nurses or within general hospitals.

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  • Paediatric end-of-life care needs in Switzerland: current

    METHODS: The PELICAN study consists of three observational parts, PELICAN I describes practices of end-of-life care (defined as the last 4 weeks of life) in the hospital and home care setting of children (0-18 years) who died in the years 2011-2012 due to a cardiac, neurological or oncological disease, or who died in the neonatal period.

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  • Dying in the hospital setting: A systematic review of

    Conclusion: This review adds to what has been known for over two decades in relation to patient and family priorities for end-of-life care within the hospital setting. The challenge for health care services is to act on this evidence, reconfigure care systems accordingly and ensure universal access to optimal end-of-life care within hospitals.

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  • Preferences of Cognitively Impaired Patients and Patients

    The inclusion criterion was the use of quantitative methods to elicit stated preferences, enabling a ranking of preferences. Results: Eleven studies revealed preferences for diagnostics, treatment decisions, patient-related outcomes, care services, end-of-life care, leisure activities, and digital life story work. PwDs prefer accurate, pain

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  • Blinded, Randomized, Quantitative Grading Comparison of

    Objectives To quantify the improvements in laxity from the surgical face-lift and to perform a randomized, blinded comparison with the clinical effects of a novel, minimally invasive fractional radiofrequency (FRF) system.Study Design Randomized, blinded, comparative trial.Patients

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  • Paramedics and serious illness: communication training

    Nov 15, 2019Objectives The need to empower Ambulance Service staff at the point of delivery of end of life care (EoLC) is crucial. We describe the delivery, outcomes and potential impact of the Serious Illness Conversation project delivered to Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) staff. Over an 18-month period, 368 WAST staff attended face-to-face teaching, which included serious illness

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  • Mint Lite | Covid vaccine, WTO boss, India SO2 emissions

    IBM will list its IT infrastructure services unit, which provides outsourcing services including technical support for data centres, as a separate company with a new name by the end of 2021.

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