Meeting Existential Needs in Palliative Care -- Who, When, and Why?
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Children's Participation in the Decision-Making Process During Hospitalization: An Observational Study Runeson, Ingrid; Hallstrom, Inger; Elander, Gunnel; Hermeren, Goran (2002-11)Twenty-four children (aged 5 months to 18 years) who were admitted to a university hospital were observed for a total of 135 hours with the aim of describing their degree of participation in decisions concerning their own ...
Conflicts of Interest: Experiences of Close Relatives of Patients Suffering From Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Bolmsjo, Ingrid; Hermeren, Goran (2003-03)It is well known that close relatives of terminally ill patients endure great emotional stress. Many factors, such as existential concerns, contribute to the distress of these relatives. In this study, interviews were ...