Relatives’ perceived quality of palliative care: comparisons between care settings in which patients die

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BACKGROUND Dying in the preferred setting is an indicator of good palliative care quality. Most people prefer to die at home. But does the quality of care as perceived by their relatives vary depending on the care setting that is the place of death? The aim is to compare (from the relatives perspective) whether there are perceived differences in the quality… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12904-017-0224-x

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