The meaning of hope for women diagnosed with terminal illness: A literature review
Stephanie J. Orth, MSN, College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines, University of North Dakota; PhD Nursing Program, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA
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The concept of hope at the end of life is a personal and complicated phenomenon. Researchers have investigated the concept of hope as it relates to caregivers and nurses. However, the meaning of hope for women at the end of life is underreported and literature shows further study is needed.
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