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Background : Medical care for seriously ill patients has been acknowledged to be inadequate and multiple reports have called for increased investment in palliative medicine research. Objective : To identify funding sources of palliative medicine research published form 2003–2005 and to examine...
Purpose : Most referrals to palliative care and hospice occur late in the trajectory of the disease although an earlier intervention could decrease patients' symptom distress. The purpose of this study was to determine the interval between first palliative care consult (PC1) and death (D) in...
Use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is increasingly common within Western societies, including Australia. This parallels calls for or claims of integration of CAM into mainstream medical practice, with oncology and palliative care specifically nominated as appropriate arenas for...
The purpose of this study was to establish the reliability and construct validity of a new behavioral instrument to measure the presence and intensity of respiratory distress for patients who are unable to self-report about dyspnea. Patient reports about dyspnea were compared to displayed...
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