Intersectoral collaboration in home-based end-of-life pediatric cancer care: A qualitative multiple-case study integrating families’ and professionals’ experiences

Nanna Maria Hammer, Helena Hansson, Line Hjøllund Pedersen, Maja Abitz, Per Sjøgren, Kjeld Schmiegelow, Pernille Envold Bidstrup, Hanne Bækgaard Larsen & Marianne Olsen
Background:Many children and adolescents with incurable cancer and their families prefer to receive end-of-life care and to die at home. This implies a transition of care from hospital to home and presupposes the establishment of a well-functioning collaboration between the family and professionals across health care sectors.Aim:To identify and explore key elements of home-based end-of-life care collaboration for children with cancer, as experienced by their parents and grandparents and the hospital- and community-based professionals involved.Design:Descriptive...
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