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African American Heart Failure Patients’ Perspective on Palliative Care in the Outpatient Setting
Background: Heart failure (HF) is a progressive, incurable, complex disease that limits both the physical and psychosocial qualities of life (Francis, Sonnenblick, Wilson Tang, & Poole-Wilson, 2008; Goldstein & Lynn, 2006). ...
Examination of the Interrater Reliability of a Palliative Care Assessment Tool in Patients at Hospital Admission: A Pilot Study
Early identification of palliative care needs in hospitalized patients is critical for clinicians to provide timely and effective interventions at the specific level of palliative care required by the patient and their ...