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A reliable and valid measure of the quality of the dying experience would help clinicians and researchers improve care for dying patients. To describe the validity of an instrument assessing the quality of dying and death using the perspective of family members after death and to identify clinical correlates of a high quality death, a retrospective cohort(More)
BACKGROUND Previous studies of end-of-life experience have been conducted primarily in urban medical centers and mostly focused on preferences for rather than experience of care. OBJECTIVE To describe family end-of-life experience and perceptions of care across clinical settings from a semirural community perspective, identifying experiences associated(More)
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