Home care nurses' decisions about the need for and amount of service at the end of life

  • Stajduhar K
  • Funk L
  • Roberts D
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Abstract

We explore home care nurse decision-making about the need for and amount of service by clients and families at the end of life. We identify factors nurses refer to when describing these decisions, situated within contextual features of nursing practice.

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  • Access to care
  • Decision-making
  • End of life care
  • Home care
  • Home care nurses
  • Palliative care

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Authors

  • Denise Cloutier University of Victoria

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  • Kelli I. Stajduhar

  • Laura Funk

  • Della Roberts

  • Barbara McLeod

  • Carolyn Wilkinson

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