Correlates of a good death and the impact of hospice involvement: findings from the national survey of households affected by cancer – Online First – Springer

Enhanced provider training/communication, referrals to hospice and greater attention to symptom management may facilitate improved quality of dying. Additionally, the cultural relevance of the concept of a “good death” warrants further research.

via Correlates of a good death and the impact of hospice involvement: findings from the national survey of households affected by cancer – Online First – Springer.

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