Dignity Therapy Implementation in a Community-Based Hospice Setting
Winters, Kathryn D
Irwin, Scott A
Journal of palliative medicine 2011 Jun; 14(6): 729-34
Dignity Therapy is a brief, empirically supported, individualized psychotherapy designed to address legacy needs among patients at the end of life. To date, this psychotherapy has not been implemented in a "real-world" community-based hospice setting. This study was designed to offer information about the pragmatic aspects of implementing Dignity Therapy for patients receiving hospice care.
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