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Delirium Education in Hospice Care: A Quality Improvement Project.

J Hosp Palliat Nurs (Journal of hospice and palliative nursing : JHPN : the official journal of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association)
[2021, 23(3):E16]

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A National Profile of Children Receiving Pediatric Concurrent Hospice Care, 2011 to 2013.

Lisa C Lindley, Melanie J Cozad, Radion Svynarenko, Jessica Keim-Malpass, Jennifer W Mack,

When the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed, it fundamentally changed end-of-life care for children. Concurrent Care for Children (ACA, section 2302) enables Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program children with a prognosis of 6 months to live to use hospice care while continuing treatment for their terminal ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):214-220]

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Delirium Education in Hospice Care: A Quality Improvement Project.

Cynthia Sinchak, Pamela B DeGuzman,

Diagnosing delirium in hospice patients is challenging owing to the multifactorial causes and symptoms of delirium that can mimic natural end-of-life processes. When delirium goes unrecognized in hospice patients, preventable causes can be left untreated, leading to sequelae that are misaligned with the principles of hospice care. We conducted an ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):207-213]

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International Distance Nurse Mentoring Program: A Pilot Project.

Joan Jody Chrastek, Angela Gek Lya Tan, Poh Heng Chong, Lay Choo Lim, Tse Pei Liew, Hallie Kasper,

Professional and personal development has always been important in the field of palliative care nursing. Now as patients are increasingly culturally diverse, the ability to understand and connect across cultures is also vital. In light of this, a homecare hospice in Singapore collaborated with a nurse consultant based in the ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):248-255]

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Oral Care Experiences of Palliative Care Patients, Their Relatives, and Health Care Professionals: A Qualitative Study.

Maria Bernardes Delgado, Jos Latour, Helen Neilens, Sarah Griffiths,

Oral symptoms in a growing number of palliative care patients are often neglected. Dental professionals are not always involved in palliative care. Oral care is often inadequately delivered to palliative care patients, while oral problems can affect the quality of life. A qualitative study was conducted to explore oral care ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):229-237]

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Medical Cannabis.

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[2021, 23(3):E11-E13]

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Family Members' Knowledge and Attitude Toward Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions for Patients in the Intensive Care Unit.

Sunjung Kim, Sunghee H Tak,

The decision to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatment (LST) lies sometimes in the hands of intensive care unit patients' families. Since 2018, family members of dying patients in South Korea have had the legal right to make decisions for the patients. This study aimed to examine knowledge and attitude toward ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):256-263]

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The Quality of End-of-Life Care for Women Deceased From Metastatic Breast Cancer.

Rachel L Brazee, Bethany D Nugent, Susan M Sereika, Margaret Rosenzweig,

Metastatic breast cancer (MBC) carries unique disease burdens with potential for poor-quality end-of-life (EOL) care. It is the purpose of this article to explore the association of poor-quality EOL care indicators according to key tumor, demographic, social, and clinical factors. End-of-life quality indicators were based on Emanuel and Emanuel's good ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):238-247]

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Withholding Medical Interventions and Ageism During a Pandemic: A Model for Resource Allocation Decision Making.

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[2021, 23(3):E14-E15]

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COVID Positive.

Betty R Ferrell,

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[2021, 23(3):195]

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Thai Nurses' Experiences of Spiritual Care for Older Adults at End of Life.

Wasinee Wisesrith, Rangsiman Soonthornchaiya, Debra Hain,

Most Thai registered nurses who provide end-of-life care emphasize the physical dimension of care rather than spiritual care. There is a need to explore the experiences of Thai nurses who provide spiritual care. The purpose of the study was to explore the experiences of Thai palliative care nurses providing spiritual ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):286-292]

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Comfort Needs of Cancer Family Caregivers in Outpatient Palliative Care.

Karla T Washington, Jacquelyn J Benson, Daphne E Chakurian, Lori L Popejoy, George Demiris, Abigail J Rolbiecki, Debra Parker Oliver,

Rapid expansion of outpatient palliative care has been fueled by the growing number of people living with cancer and other chronic illnesses whose symptoms are largely managed in the community rather than inpatient settings. Nurses and other palliative care professionals support seriously ill patients and their families, yet little research ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):221-228]

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Association News.

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[2021, 23(3):196-199]

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Best Practices for Using Telehealth in Hospice and Palliative Care.

Michelle Webb, Susan Lysaght Hurley, Jennifer Gentry, Melanie Brown, Cynthia Ayoub,

Hospice and palliative care providers throughout the United States have continued to provide compassionate patient- and family-centered care during the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic while adapting to the need for scrupulous infection control measures and the accelerated use of telehealth. Prior to the pandemic, hospice and palliative care adopted ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):277-285]

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The Quality of Dying and Death of Advanced Cancer Patients in Palliative Care and Its Association With Place of Death and Quality of Care.

Daniel Gutiérrez-Sánchez, Rafael Gómez-García, María Luisa Martín Roselló, Antonio I Cuesta-Vargas,

The quality of dying and death is currently considered an objective to achieve at the end of life. The aim of this study is to analyze the quality of dying and death of advanced cancer patients in palliative care and its association with place of death and quality of care ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):264-270]

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Religious Involvement, Depressive Symptoms, and Burden in Caregivers of Terminally Ill Patients.

Reiko Asano, Anela Kellogg, Dan Sulmasy, Kelley M Anderson, Marie T Nolan,

Caring for terminally ill patients can be emotionally burdensome. Previous research has demonstrated that caregiving is associated with anxiety and depression. Research on caregivers of terminally ill patients is limited by retrospective studies with small samples. This study aimed to (1) describe religiosity, religious coping, and depressive symptoms in caregivers ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):271-276]

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Withholding Medical Interventions and Ageism During a Pandemic: A Model for Resource Allocation Decision Making.

Susan E Lowey,

Decisions surrounding withholding and withdrawing medical interventions are common within the palliative and hospice care community. The unexpected effects of the recent pandemic ignited conversations about scarcity of resources and withholding medical interventions, based on age, among providers with limited expertise in palliative care. Using a case study and literature ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(3):200-206]

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Treatment of Dyspnea in Advanced Disease and at the End of Life.

Margaret L Campbell, DorAnne Donesky, Alexandra Sarkozy, Lynn F Reinke,

Dyspnea is a subjective experience of breathing discomfort that consists of qualitatively distinct sensations, varies in intensity, and can only be known through the patient's report. Dyspnea is akin to suffocation and is one of the most distressing symptoms experienced by patients with advanced illness and at the end of ... Read more >>

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Caring for an Unconscious Transgender Patient at the End of Life: Ethical Considerations and Implications.

Megan Lippe, Joshua C Eyer, William E Rosa, Robert McKinney, Brianna Patterson, Rebecca A Matteo, Haley Townsend, Anne Halli-Tierney,

Individuals who identify as transgender (trans) or other gender-diverse identities are highly marginalized populations within the United States health care system. Transgender individuals experience a broad range of health disparities leading to devastating health outcomes. Experiences with discrimination and biased care often result in a lack of trust in providers ... Read more >>

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Ethical Implications of COVID-19: Palliative Care, Public Health, and Long-Term Care Facilities.

J Hosp Palliat Nurs (Journal of hospice and palliative nursing : JHPN : the official journal of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association)
[2021, 23(2):E8]

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A Phenomenological Study: Student Nurses' Perceptions of Care of the Dying in a Hospice-Based Facility.

Paulette Dorney, Lori Pierangeli,

Despite emerging evidence of increased death education in nursing curricula, research suggests the graduate nurse is unprepared to effectively communicate and manage the array of symptoms experienced by the dying patient. This qualitative phenomenological research study's intent was to explore the impact of clinical experience in a community-based free-standing hospice ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(2):162-169]

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Field Notes From the Frontline of a COVID-19 Outbreak: Dyspnea Management for Hospitalized Patients at End-of-Life.

Dawn Pavlu, Katherine DeMarco, Yusimi Sobrino-Bonilla,

Northern New Jersey was inside one of the worst initial coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic epicenters in the United States. At the peak of the pandemic surge in mid-April 2020, New Jersey saw 8045 hospitalized patients with severe coronavirus disease 2019 symptoms, of which 2002 were in intensive care unit beds ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(2):128-134]

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Poster Abstracts From the 14th Annual Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association Clinical Practice Forum 2020.

The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association's 14th Annual Clinical Practice Forum was designed by hospice and palliative nurses for the hospice and palliative nursing community to support a collaborative educational offering focusing on how nurses lead and transform care for individuals and their families who are facing serious illness. The ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(2):E3-E7]

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Anxiety in Hospice Inpatients With Advanced Cancer, From the Perspective of Their Informal Caregivers: A Qualitative Study.

Jette M Duijn, Danielle Zweers, Marijke C Kars, Alexander de Graeff, Saskia C C M Teunissen,

Anxiety is a common symptom in patients with advanced cancer. Early recognition of anxiety is difficult, especially when the physical condition of patients declines and patients are not able to verbally express about their concerns. Under these circumstances, informal caregivers may be a valuable source of information. The aim of ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(2):155-161]

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Ethical Implications of COVID-19: Palliative Care, Public Health, and Long-Term Care Facilities.

Amisha Parekh de Campos, Susan Daniels,

Outbreaks of COVID-19 among nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other long-term care facilities in the United States have had devastating effects on residents. Restrictions such as banning visitors, sequestering residents, and testing health care staff have been implemented to mitigate the spread of the virus. However, consequences include a ... Read more >>

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[2021, 23(2):120-127]

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