Patient and family perceptions of hospice services: 'I knew they weren't like hospitals'.

@article{Bray2013PatientAF,
  title={Patient and family perceptions of hospice services: 'I knew they weren't like hospitals'.},
  author={Yvonne Bray and Felicity Goodyear-Smith},
  journal={Journal of primary health care},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={206-13}
}
INTRODUCTION The vision for palliative care service provision in New Zealand is for all people who are dying and their families to have timely access to culturally appropriate, quality palliative care services. An Auckland hospice's records show that the ethnically diverse population statistics were not reflected in the referrals for hospice services. The aim of this research was to gain a patient-and-their-family perspective on the hospice, including exploration of components of service care… CONTINUE READING

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