Factors relating to terminally ill cancer patients' willingness to continue living at home during the early phase of home care after discharge from clinical cancer centers in Japan

@article{Hirabayashi2007FactorsRT,
  title={Factors relating to terminally ill cancer patients' willingness to continue living at home during the early phase of home care after discharge from clinical cancer centers in Japan},
  author={Yuka Hirabayashi and Mitsunori Miyashita and Masako Kawa and Keiko Kazuma and Kohsuke Yamashita and Naoyuki Okamoto},
  journal={Palliative and Supportive Care},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={19 - 30}
}
Objective: To assess the willingness of Japanese terminally ill cancer patients to continue living at home during the early phase of home care after discharge from a Clinical Cancer Center (CCC) in Japan, and to identify factors relating to their willingness to continue living at home. Methods: A cross-sectional questionnaire survey of a convenient sample of both Japanese terminally ill cancer patients and their caregivers (PFCs) was conducted (n = 294, effective response rate 25.0… 
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