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Identifying Optimal Factor Scores on the Bereaved Family Survey: Implications for Practice and Policy.

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Summary of "Identifying Optimal Factor Scores on the Bereaved Family Survey: Implications for Practice and Policy."

The Bereaved Family Survey (BFS) is used to evaluate the quality of end-of-life (EOL) care in VA inpatient settings. The BFS consists of a global Performance Measure (BFS-PM) and three factors that relate to specific aspects of EOL care.

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