Striving for becoming at-home in the midst of dying.

@article{Rasmussen2000StrivingFB,
  title={Striving for becoming at-home in the midst of dying.},
  author={Birgit H Rasmussen and Lilian Jansson and Astrid Norberg},
  journal={The American journal of hospice & palliative care},
  year={2000},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          31-43
        }
}
Research interviews with 12 patients at an inpatient, free-standing hospice in Sweden were analyzed, using a phenomenological hermeneutic approach, to show the effects of individual nursing care as experienced by the guests. The findings revealed that the effects of, and reactions to, nursing care were inseparable from the hospice milieu and the patients' situation, which was interpreted as including the prospect of becoming homeless. Thus, the effects of hospice spirit (nursing care and milieu… CONTINUE READING
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