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Family caregivers' perceptions about patients' dying and death quality influence their grief intensity

Aims and objectives: To understand the influence of family caregivers' perceptions about patients' dying and death quality on their grief intensity. Background: Dying patients and their family caregivers face life-limiting illness together, and they work jointly to negotiate shared understandings and mutual adaptation to losses. Methods: Cross-sectional data were collected via an online survey. The manuscript followed the STROBE report guideline. Methods: Family caregivers of patients who had died within 8–365 days prior were recruited.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 10:36

Rise Above: Experiences of Spirituality Among Family Caregivers Caring for Their Dying Family Member in a Hospice Setting in Pakistan

Family caregivers experience multiple transitions, resolutions, loss, and grief where their search for meaning becomes evident. Spirituality is an important dimension of palliative care, yet little attention has been given to this important aspect of spirituality especially among the family caregivers in a hospice setting. The study aimed to bring the hidden voices of family caregivers, their own spiritual experiences caring for their dying patients in a hospice setting, to guide and direct the care practices of health care professionals.

Thu, 10/10/2019 - 12:17