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Miyashita, Jun

Association between direct interpersonal involvement with a dying family member and discussions regarding advance care planning among Japanese older adults

Aim: There is growing recognition of the need to hold advance care planning discussions. Older adults who have direct interpersonal involvement with dying family members might begin to consider their own end‐of‐life care. This study examined the associations between experiences of being with a dying family member and advance care planning discussions among Japanese older adults. Methods: This study examined data from a previous self‐administered questionnaire survey carried out among outpatients aged ≥65 years.

Wed, 01/12/2022 - 16:00

Association between direct interpersonal involvement with a dying family member and discussions regarding advance care planning among Japanese older adults

Aim: There is growing recognition of the need to hold advance care planning discussions. Older adults who have direct interpersonal involvement with dying family members might begin to consider their own end‐of‐life care. This study examined the associations between experiences of being with a dying family member and advance care planning discussions among Japanese older adults. Methods: This study examined data from a previous self‐administered questionnaire survey carried out among outpatients aged ≥65 years.

Wed, 01/12/2022 - 16:00

Experience as an Informal Caregiver and Discussions Regarding Advance Care Planning in Japan

Context: Advance care planning (ACP) is vital for end-of-life care management. Experiences as informal family caregivers might act as a catalyst to promote ACP.; Objectives: We investigated the association between ACP discussions and caregiving experiences.; Methods: A nationwide survey in Japan was conducted in December 2016 using a quota sampling method to select a sample representative of the general Japanese population. The responses of 3167 individuals aged 20-84 years (mean age: 50.9 ± 16.8) were analyzed.

Fri, 07/23/2021 - 16:18