Integrating palliative care within acute stroke services: developing a programme theory of patient and family needs, preferences and staff perspectives

@inproceedings{Burton2012IntegratingPC,
  title={Integrating palliative care within acute stroke services: developing a programme theory of patient and family needs, preferences and staff perspectives},
  author={Christopher Richard Burton and Sheila Payne},
  booktitle={BMC palliative care},
  year={2012}
}
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND Palliative care should be integrated early into the care trajectories of people with life threatening illness such as stroke. However published guidance focuses primarily on the end of life, and there is a gap in the evidence about how the palliative care needs of acute stroke patients and families should be addressed. Synthesising data across a programme of related studies, this paper presents an explanatory framework for the integration of palliative and acute stroke… CONTINUE READING
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