Johannes B A M Schilderman

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CONTEXT It is unknown whether cancer patients with different life expectancies have different attitudes and emotions toward death and an afterlife. Also, it is unclear whether these attitudes and(More)
BACKGROUND When patients are facing the ends of their lives, spiritual concerns often become more important. It is argued that effective, integrated palliative care should include addressing(More)
BACKGROUND : Attitudes toward guilt and forgiveness may be important factors determining distress in cancer patients. Direct comparative studies in patients with different life expectancies exploring(More)
Good palliative care requires excellent interprofessional collaboration; however, working in interprofessional teams may be challenging and difficult. The aim of the study is to understand the lived(More)