Supporting home care for the dying: an evaluation of healthcare professionals' perspectives of an individually tailored hospice at home service.

@article{Jack2013SupportingHC,
  title={Supporting home care for the dying: an evaluation of healthcare professionals' perspectives of an individually tailored hospice at home service.},
  author={Barbara A. Jack and Catherine R Baldry and Karen E Groves and Alison Whelan and Janice Sephton and Kathryn E. Gaunt},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 19-20},
  pages={2778-86}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To explore health care professionals' perspective of hospice at home service that has different components, individually tailored to meet the needs of patients. BACKGROUND Over 50% of adults diagnosed with a terminal illness and the majority of people who have cancer, prefer to be cared for and to die in their own home. Despite this, most deaths occur in hospital. Increasing the options available for patients, including their place of care and death is central to current… CONTINUE READING
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