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Perceptions of Pediatric Palliative Care among Physicians Who Care for Pediatric Patients in South Korea.

Despite advances in medical technology, resources for pediatric palliative care (PPC) for children with serious illnesses are limited in South Korea. Physicians' awareness of and willingness to provide general palliative care and refer to specialized palliative care are key elements for providing PPC. The aim of this study was to explore physicians' perceptions of PPC and the differences therein between nononcologists and oncologists. A nationwide survey was conducted among physicians caring for children ...

Does early palliative identification improve the use of palliative care services?

To evaluate whether the early identification of patients who may benefit from palliative care impacts on the use of palliative, community and acute-based care services.

Pediatric Palliative Care in Oncology.

Pediatric palliative care aims to alleviate suffering and improve the quality of life of children with serious disease and increase support for their parents and other family members. Integration of palliative care into the routine care of children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer has resulted in improved outcomes in patients and their families. The field of pediatric palliative oncology-encompassing primary palliative care provided by the multidisciplinary oncology team as well as subspecialty pa...

Towards Ethically and Medically Sustainable Care for the Elderly: The Case of China.

An enormous challenge facing China is how to provide sustainable care for its rapidly-increasing elderly population. Its recent policy directives include three medical forms-the institution-cooperation-form, the institution-medical-form, and the family-physician-form-to integrate medical care into ordinary care for the elderly. This essay indicates that China will not be able to maintain sustainable elderly care unless it places emphasis on the family-physician-form that focuses on family physicians and th...

Nursing care (palliative medicine) in patients with neuropsychiatric disorders.

Palliative medicine is a special status focusing on the quality of life of patients suffering from special or advanced diseases. Palliative medicine can be helpful at any stage of the disease, including the diagnosis. Thus, the present study aims at reviewing the application of palliative care in mental disorders.

Palliative Care in Intensive Care Units.

Palliative care is becoming increasingly important in intensive care units. The main goal of palliative treatment is to improve quality of life in patients with critical and life-threatening conditions when curative therapies can no longer be achieved. Treatment is not limited to end-of-life care, but also includes relief of distressing symptoms such as pain, nausea, vomiting, dyspnea, delirium or anxiety, as well as communication with patients and their families. Defining patient-centred goals of care toge...

An Interventional Study for the Early Identification of Patients with Palliative Care Needs and the Promotion of Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives.

Programs identifying patients needing palliative care and promoting advance care planning (ACP) are rare in Asia.

Uncertainty in illness in family caregivers of palliative care patients and associated factors.

to describe the level of uncertainty in illness in family caregivers of palliative care patients and detect associations between the profile of the caregiver and the levels of uncertainty.

Elements of Social Convoy Theory in Mobile Health for Palliative Care: Scoping Review.

Mobile health (mHealth) provides a unique modality for improving access to and awareness of palliative care among patients, families, and caregivers from diverse backgrounds. Some mHealth palliative care apps exist, both commercially available and established by academic researchers. However, the elements of family support and family caregiving tools offered by these early apps is unknown.

Frequency of Burn-Out among Palliative Care Physicians Participating in a Continuing Medical Education Course.

Palliative Care (PC) physicians are vulnerable for burnout given the nature of practice. The burnout frequency may be variable and reported between 24 to 38 % across different countries.

Palliative care for community patients diagnosed with dementia: a systematic review.

Despite many efforts made by health organisations to deliver effective end-of-life care to patients with dementia, research indicates that palliative care is predominantly aimed at patients with terminal cancer, and that patients with dementia face challenges in accessing end-of-life care. This article explores the views of health professionals on providing palliative care to those patients diagnosed with dementia within the community setting. A systematic review of seven qualitative studies was performed t...

Dissemination and Implementation of Palliative Care in Oncology.

Palliative care began in academic centers with specialty consultation services, and its value to patients, families, and health systems has been evident. The demand for palliative care to be integrated throughout the cancer trajectory, combined with a limited palliative care workforce, means that new models of care are needed. This review discusses evidence regarding the need for integration of palliative care into routine oncology care and describes best practices recognized for dissemination of palliative...

Palliative Care Awareness Among Advanced Cancer Patients and Their Family Caregivers in Singapore.

We investigated the awareness of palliative care (PC) services in advanced cancer patients and their family caregivers and whether negative perceptions was a possible barrier to PC utilisation in Singapore.

Top Ten Tips Palliative Care Clinicians Should Know About Caring for Children in Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units.

Over the past several years, pediatric critical care units increasingly count on the expert advisement of palliative care specialists. Given the limited availability of pediatric palliative care specialists, all palliative care clinicians may be required to care for pediatric patients and their families. Special considerations in caring for these patients include the relative importance of prognosis, involvement of child life, music and pet therapy, incorporation of parents in end-of-life rituals, care for ...

Management of elderly patients with head and neck carcinoma: analysis of outcomes for radical versus palliative treatment.

There are no universally accepted treatment recommendations for elderly patients with head and neck carcinomas. This study investigated whether radical treatment in elderly patients resulted in better survival compared with palliative treatment.

Communicative challenges among physicians, patients, and family caregivers in cancer care: An exploratory qualitative study in Ethiopia.

Cancer is a growing concern in Ethiopia. Though communication is essential for the treatment process, few studies have looked at communication in Ethiopian cancer care. Due to the large number of patients and scarcity of resources, it is vital to understand how to manage consultations in order to effectively help as many patients as possible in this challenging work environment. Thus, research is needed to analyze and understand the communicative challenges experienced by physicians, patients, and family ca...

What if We Could Measure the Amount of Harm Caused by Lacking in Training in Palliative Care? The Magnitude on Nonverbal Communication Narrated by a Patients' Family Member.

Top Ten Tips Palliative Care Clinicians Should Know About Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a rapidly progressive and fatal neurodegenerative disorder with enormous palliative care (PC) needs that begin at the time of diagnosis. Although it is an uncommon disease, clinicians who work in PC or hospice are likely to encounter ALS somewhat frequently given the needs of patients with ALS with regard to psychosocial support, symptom management, advance care planning (ACP), caregiver support, and end-of-life care. As such, PC clinicians should be familiar with the ...

Top Ten Tips Palliative Care Clinicians Should Know When Caring for Patients with Brain Cancer.

The diagnosis of an aggressive, primary brain tumor is life altering for those affected and too often portends a poor prognosis. Despite decades of research, neither a cure nor even a therapy that reliably and dramatically prolongs survival has been found. Fortunately, there are a number of treatments that may prolong the life of select brain tumor patients although the symptom burden can sometimes be high. This article brings together neuro-oncologists, neurologists, and palliative care (PC) physicians to ...

Long-term nurse-parent relationships in paediatric palliative care: a narrative literature review.

Paediatric palliative care (PPC) is an active, total approach to the holistic care of the child and family. Close, long-lasting relationships between healthcare professionals and parents in paediatric palliative care enhance quality, provide emotional support and can influence how parents manage their role in the face of uncertainty.

Patients' priorities in a reminiscence and legacy intervention in palliative care.

Reminiscence is used in a range of different interventions in palliative care, for example, Dignity Therapy or Life Review. However, literature has focused mainly on the methodology, and little has been published on patients' priorities and primary concerns.

Variation in Serious Illness Communication among Surgical Patients Receiving Palliative Care.

Natural language processing (NLP), a form of computer-assisted data abstraction, rapidly identifies serious illness communication domains such as code-status confirmation and goals of care (GOC) discussions within free-text notes, using a codebook of phrases. Differences in the phrases associated with palliative care for patients with different types of illness are unknown. To compare communication of code-status clarification and GOC discussions between patients with advanced pancreatic cancer undergoing ...

Gratitude from patients and relatives in palliative care-characteristics and impact: a national survey.

To explore the expressions of gratitude (EoG) received from patients and relatives and their influence on palliative care professionals (PCPs).

Spiritual dimension in palliative care from the perspective of Thai palliative caregivers.

In Thailand, most terminally ill patients die in hospital and are looked after by health professionals. Terminally ill patients tend to receive physical care only, while in the main, spiritual care is neglected. This study aimed to explore spirituality in palliative care health professionals and spiritual leaders in the Thai Buddhist context.

Assessing the Impact of Early Identification of Patients Appropriate for Palliative Care on Resource Use and Costs in the Final Month of Life.

This study evaluates whether an intervention to identify Canadian patients eligible for a palliative approach changes the use of health care resources and costs within the final month of life.

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