The lived experience of the hospice care nurse as primary provider of end-of-life care
Ellen Reinhart, PhD, Florida, USA
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This is the first qualitative research about the lived experience of the hospice care nurse as primary provider of end-of-life care in the United States. The hospice nurse plays a pivotal role in the growing hospice industry and little is known about these nurses.
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