Qualitative exploration of undergraduate nursing student perceptions of end-of-life care of families of dying patients
Penny A. Alt-Gehrman, MSN
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Nurses spend the most time with dying patients and their families. Nursing school is an optimal place to provide this information, which is not well-developed. The purpose is to examine nursing students need to feel confident and competent in their ability to provide care to family of dying patients.
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Qualitative exploration of perceptions of nursing undergraduates regarding family care at end-of-life Alt-Gehrman, Penny A.Background/Purpose: Family care at end-of-life is delivered by nurses and includes communication and explanations, providing emotional support for the family, creating an environment in which death occurs with dignity, ...
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