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Initiating end-of-life care pathways: a discussion paper

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Journal of Advanced Nursing, Volume: 68, Issue: 10, Pages: 2359 - 2370

Swansea University Author: Tessa Watts Orcid Logo

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This theoretical paper critically examines the decision making challenges associated with the initiation of an end of life care pathway such as the Liverpool Care Pathway. Four particular chalenges are identified and discussed, namely, marking the transition to terminal care, dealing with ambiguity,...

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ISSN: 03092402
Published: Wiley Blackwell 2012
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