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In terminally ill patients, how does hospice care affect patient quality of life, family satisfaction, and healthcare workers' physical and mental health during end-of-life care?
This poster was an assigned project in Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing & Health Sciences' NSG 404: Fundamentals of Evidence Based Practice.
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Quality of Life;
End of Life Care
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