A recent study by Allison Scott, assistant professor in the UK College of Communication and Information, examines how the quality of communication among family members and care givers impacts end-of-life decisions.
Canadian doctors are not sparing the time to talk to seriously ill patients about their wishes around death and dying, including whether they would want to be kept alive “at all costs” if their heart or breathing stopped, new research […]...
This month our inpatient experience survey will be looking at compassion, dignity, and respect. Being treated with compassion, dignity, and respect are areas of care that matter most to our patients. Almost half (41 per cent) of our patients consider this dimension to be one of the areas of care that make the most difference to the overall quality of their care and treatment. So how are we doing?
In a study that looked at what factors might affect whether or not a patient receives intensive medical procedures in the last 6 months of life, investigators found that older age, Alzheimer's disease, cancer, living in a nursing home, and having...
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