volume 41, issue 1, P290-291 2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2010.10.210
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Abstract: caregiving tasks (96.7%). Preparatory information is usually given at admission (88.0%) or when the patient's condition (70.6%) changes. Preparation is usually done over time (79.6%). Most preparation is tailored. Factors affecting the tailoring of the messages include: patient signs/symptoms (85.7%), how much the family wants to know (84.9%), family cultural background (84.6%), and family education (84.4%). Certified nurses were more likely to work for a longer time in hospice, larger agencies and have case m…

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