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6/20/2018 7:04:10 AM

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This is a great post.
It can be difficult to deliver high-quality end-of-life (EOL) care in acute environments, despite the willingness of staff to do so. The aim of this resource is to support the acute and general physician in improving the care and choices available to people at the end of life, or approaching the end of life, who are seen in the acute care setting.
12/12/2017 12:23:04 AM

James Markham
Interesting, Love the way you describe acute care. Enjoyed it. Will visit again and Thanks for the article Lisa.
11/7/2017 4:26:07 PM

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Thank you!♥️
9/28/2017 1:27:03 PM

Batistu
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9/20/2017 5:36:59 AM

jack
Awesome post. It's does get very hard sometimes when you become attached to a patient and they pass. Knowing that you made them as comfortable as possible alleviates some the of the families concerns. Giving that solace in that their family member didn't suffer helps, but it doesn't always make the suffering easier. Again, great post
5/29/2017 6:50:28 AM

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Awesome post. It's does get very hard sometimes when you become attached to a patient and they pass. Knowing that you made them as comfortable as possible alleviates some the of the families concerns. Giving that solace in that their family member didn't suffer helps, but it doesn't always make the suffering easier. Again, great post
5/22/2017 8:47:13 AM

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2/6/2017 5:42:44 AM

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Awesome post. It's does get very hard sometimes when you become attached to a patient and they pass. Knowing that you made them as comfortable as possible alleviates some the of the families concerns. Giving that solace in that their family member didn't suffer helps, but it doesn't always make the suffering easier. Again, great post
9/16/2016 11:04:05 PM

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Awesome post. It's does get very hard sometimes when you become attached to a patient and they pass. Knowing that you made them as comfortable as possible alleviates some the of the families concerns. Giving that solace in that their family member didn't suffer helps, but it doesn't always make the suffering easier. Again, great post
9/1/2016 5:06:20 AM

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7/31/2016 10:53:08 PM

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7/14/2016 5:49:46 PM

Jack
This is a good piece of information about a topic that very few people talk about.
End-Of-Life care is more about providing EASE and RELIEF from suffering. No one can stop death but we can provide provide relief from suffering to the patients and make their life more comfortable.
Thanks for sharing.
6/30/2016 6:33:47 AM

Kathy Smith
This is a great post.
It can be difficult to deliver high-quality end-of-life (EOL) care in acute environments, despite the willingness of staff to do so. The aim of this resource is to support the acute and general physician in improving the care and choices available to people at the end of life, or approaching the end of life, who are seen in the acute care setting.
5/31/2016 3:19:56 AM

Jo Essenburg
Awesome post. It's does get very hard sometimes when you become attached to a patient and they pass. Knowing that you made them as comfortable as possible alleviates some the of the families concerns. Giving that solace in that their family member didn't suffer helps, but it doesn't always make the suffering easier. Again, great post
3/28/2016 9:30:08 PM

Anderson
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12/18/2015 6:12:11 AM

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7/1/2015 9:56:35 PM

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6/30/2015 1:32:50 AM