The Critical Care Nurse's Role in End-of-Life Care: Issues and Challenges
Nursing in critical care 2011 May-Jun; 16(3): 116-23
The purpose of this article is to discuss the challenges critical care nurses face when looking after patients needing End-of-Life (EoL) care in critical care environments.
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Challenges in End-of-Life Care in the ICU: Statement of the 5th International Consensus Conference in Critical Care: Brussels, Belgium, April 2003: Executive Summary Thompson, B. Taylor; Cox, Peter N.; Antonelli, Massimo; Carlet, Jean M.; Cassell, Joan; Hill, Nicholas S.; Hinds, Charles J.; Pimentel, Jorge M.; Reinhart, Konrad; Thijs, Lambertus G. (American Thoracic Society; European Respiratory Society; European Society of Intensive Care Medicine; Society of Critical Care Medicine; Societe de Reanimation de Langue Francaise, 2004-08)
Challenges in End-of-Life Care in the ICU. Statement of the 5th International Consensus Conference in Critical Care: Brussels, Belgium, April 2003 Carlet, Jean; Thijs, Lambertus G.; Antonelli, Massimo; Cassell, Joan; Cox, Peter; Hill, Nicholas; Hinds, Charles; Pimentel, Jorge Manuel; Reinhart, Konrad; Thompson, Boyd Taylor (2004-05)