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End-of-life communication in advanced cancer: international trends (2009-2014).

Lieve; Deliens, Luc Source: BMJ Support Palliat Care (2020) Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To examine trends in end-of-life communication with people with cancer in general practice. METHODS: Mortality follow-back ...

Primary palliative care for older people in three European countries: a mortality follow-back quality study

& Palliative Care (2019) Health Topics:  Quality of healthcare Qualité des soins de santé Kwaliteit van de gezondheidszorg Service:  Étude des soins de santé Gezondheidszorgonderzoek Health services ...

Quality of primary palliative care for older people with mild and severe dementia: an international mortality follow-back study using quality indicators.

Source: Age Ageing, Volume 47, Issue 6 (2018) Keywords: Dementia General practice older people Palliative Care primary palliative care quality indicators Abstract: Background: measuring the quality of ...

Differences in primary palliative care between people with organ failure and people with cancer: An international mortality follow-back study using quality indicators.

Block, Lieve Source: Palliat Med, Volume 32, Issue 9 (2018) Keywords: cancer organ failure Palliative Care primary care quality indicators Abstract: BACKGROUND: Measuring the quality of palliative care in ...

Palliative care service use by older people: Time trends from a mortality follow-back study between 2005 and 2014.

Keywords: end-of-life care older people Palliative Care primary care trend analysis Abstract: BACKGROUND: The need for increased use and timely initiation of palliative care for all people, not just those who ...

End-of-life communication: a retrospective survey of representative general practitioner networks in four countries.

Communication cross-sectional studies Female general practitioners Humans ITALY Male middle aged Netherlands Palliative Care Physician-Patient Relations Retrospective Studies Spain Terminal Care Test Anxiety ...

End-of-life communication: a retrospective survey of representative general practitioner networks in four countries

whom palliative care was not an important treatment aim, and patients for whom their GP had not provided palliative care. CONCLUSION: The prevalence of end-of-life discussions varied across the four ...

End-of-life decisions: a cross-national study of treatment preference discussions and surrogate decision-maker appointments

diagnosis, more frequent GP contact, GP provision of palliative care, the importance of palliative care as a treatment aim and place of death were positively associated with preference discussions or surrogate ...

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