Correlates of a good death and the impact of hospice involvement: findings from the national survey of households affected by cancer

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Knowing how to improve the dying experience for patients with end-stage cancer is essential for cancer professionals. However, there is little evidence on the relationship between clinically relevant factors and quality of death. Also, while hospice has been linked with improved outcomes, our understanding of factors that contribute to a “good death” when hospice is involved remains limited. This study (1) identified correlates of a good death; and, (2) provided evidence on the impact of...
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