Normalising and planning for death in residential care: findings from a qualitative focus group study of a specialist palliative care intervention
Background: Improving access to palliative care for older adults living in residential care is recognised internationally as a pressing clinical need. The integration of specialist palliative care in residential care for older adults is not yet standard practice. Objective: This study aimed to understand the experience and impact of integrating a specialist palliative care model on residents, relatives and staff. Methods: Focus groups were held with staff (n=40) and relatives (n=17)....[Show more]
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