End-of-life experiences and the dying process in a Gloucestershire nursing home as reported by nurses and care assistants.

@article{Brayne2008EndoflifeEA,
  title={End-of-life experiences and the dying process in a Gloucestershire nursing home as reported by nurses and care assistants.},
  author={Sue Brayne and Hilary Lovelace and Peter BC Fenwick},
  journal={The American journal of hospice & palliative care},
  year={2008},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={195-206}
}
This article presents an interim study into the end-of-life experiences of elderly residents in a Gloucestershire nursing home as reported by nurses and care assistants. It draws comparisons between the experiences of an end-of-life experiences pilot study conducted with the Camden Palliative Care Team in the United Kingdom with those of the nursing home staff to consider whether the dying experience of elderly nursing home residents is the same as those whose lives are foreshortened through… CONTINUE READING

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