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Welcome to hosiped where we discuss hospice care vs palliative care. We also look at instances when using hospice care is recommended.
We will also dig in to people who die at home without hospice care and why it is not recommended.
The concept of hospice care is often misunderstood with most people thinking that going to the hospice means signing your death sentence. Others argue that a hospice is a facility or building and that you cannot receive hospice services at home. All these though as myths that we debunk and give you the facts.
How Nurses Are Improving Patient Care in Palliative Settings
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Top Reasons Why an Online Social Work Masters Degree Is Ideal for You
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Welcome to Our Caregiving Support Group
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Becoming an Expert in Hospice Care: A Guide for Aspiring Family Nurse Practitioners
It is unfortunate that many individuals and their loved ones endure unpleasant end-of-life situations. They do not get the kind of support and care they deserve. Nevertheless, as a Master…
Role of Nurses in Parkinson’s Care: The Impact of Their Expertise on Patient Outcomes
Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common neurological disorders. It is characterized by a decrease in dopamine, a neurotransmitter that regulates movement, which leads to tremors and other symptoms….