How to care for a patient after death in hospital.

Published on Apr 13, 2016in Nursing Standard
· DOI :10.7748/NS.30.33.36.S43
Kathleen Greenway3
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Paula Johnson1
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Abstract Aim To develop consensus recommendations about good clinical practice rules for caring end-of-life patients. Methods A steering committee of 12 Spanish and Portuguese experts proposed 37 recommendations. A two rounds Delphi method was performed, with participation of 105 panelists including internists, other clinicians, nurses, patients, lawyers, bioethicians, health managers, politicians and journalists. We sent a questionnaire with 5 Likert-type answers for each recommendation. Strong...
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#1Jesús Díez-Manglano (Villanova University)H-Index: 17
Last. O.H. Torres Bonafonte (Autonomous University of Barcelona)H-Index: 2
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Resumen Objetivo Establecer recomendaciones de consenso sobre normas de buena practica clinica en la atencion a los pacientes al final de la vida. Metodos Un comite de 12 expertos espanoles y portugueses propuso 37 recomendaciones. Se realizo un Proceso Delphi a dos rondas, con participacion de 105 panelistas incluyendo internistas, otros medicos clinicos, enfermeras, enfermos, juristas, expertos en bioetica, gestores sanitarios, politicos y periodistas. Para cada recomendacion se envio un cuest...
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