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Responses to Kako et al. (DOI: 10.1089/jpm.2019.0072) and Niki et al. (DOI: 10.1089/jpm.2018.0233): A Novel Palliative Care Approach Using Virtual Reality for Improving Various Symptoms of Terminal Cancer Patients: A Preliminary Prospective, Multicenter Study.
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Despite the global consensus on the importance of palliative care for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), many patients in developing countries do not receive palliative care. Improving access to palliative care for MS requires a contextual understanding of how palliative care is perceived by patients and health professionals, the existing care pathways, and barriers to the provision of palliative care.
Palliative care aims to improve quality of life for people with serious illness and their families. One potential barrier to palliative care uptake is inaccurate knowledge and/or negative beliefs among the general population, which may inhibit early interest in, communication about, and integration of palliative care following subsequent illness diagnosis. We explored knowledge and beliefs about palliative care among the general public using nationally-representative data collected in 2018 as part of the cr...
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 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...
The importance of palliative care education for nurses has been recognized worldwide. The study aims to explore the experiences of nurses working with children with palliative care needs and to identify any related educational needs.
Studies suggest palliative care may be different in cystic fibrosis (CF) than in other conditions. To provide quality palliative care to individuals with CF, unique needs must be understood. To examine perceptions of how palliative care may be different in CF, top palliative needs of individuals with CF, and barriers to palliative care in CF. Online surveys with closed- and open-ended questions about palliative care needs were administered to multiple stakeholders in CF care, including adults with CF, car...
To explore current practice in relation to palliative and end of life care in prisons, and to make recommendations for its future provision.
Palliative care is underutilized, and research has neglected patient-level factors including attitudes that could contribute to avoidance or acceptance of palliative care referrals. This may be due in part to a lack of existing measures for this purpose.
Burnout is common amongst palliative care clinicians. Resilience helps to reduce burnout, compassion fatigue and is associated with longevity in palliative care.
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...
Palliative care education at the undergraduate and graduate level is necessary to improve the competency and confidence of nurses and ultimately improve the care of patients with a chronic illness. Unfortunately, the curriculum in nursing education programs lacks palliative care content, resulting in a lack of preparation and confidence among nursing students. The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of educating nursing students utilizing an interactive, multimodality palliative care class that f...
Early palliative care interventions drive high-value care but currently are underused. Health care professionals face challenges in identifying patients who may benefit from palliative care.
Although the number of studies on the economic impact of palliative care (PC) is growing, the great majority report costs from North America.
Research shows that access to palliative care can help patients avoid dying in hospital. However, access to palliative care services during the terminal hospitalization, specifically, has not been well studied. To determine whether access to palliative care varied by disease trajectory among terminal hospitalizations. We conducted a population-based retrospective cohort study of decedents who died in hospital in Ontario, Canada between 2012 and 2015 by using linked administrative databases. Using hospita...
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.