Advance care planning for patients and their relatives

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Advance care planning for patients and their relatives. / Skorstengaard, Marianne H.; Brogaard, Trine; Bonde Jensen, Anders; Andreassen, Pernille; Bendstrup, Elisabeth; Løkke, Anders; Aagaard, Susanne; Wiggers, Henrik; Thit Johnsen, Anna; Asbjoern Neergaard, Mette.

I: International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Bind 25, Nr. 3, 2019, s. 112-127.

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Skorstengaard, MH, Brogaard, T, Bonde Jensen, A, Andreassen, P, Bendstrup, E, Løkke, A, Aagaard, S, Wiggers, H, Thit Johnsen, A & Asbjoern Neergaard, M 2019, 'Advance care planning for patients and their relatives', International Journal of Palliative Nursing, bind 25, nr. 3, s. 112-127. https://doi.org/10.12968/ijpn.2019.25.3.112

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Skorstengaard, Marianne H. ; Brogaard, Trine ; Bonde Jensen, Anders ; Andreassen, Pernille ; Bendstrup, Elisabeth ; Løkke, Anders ; Aagaard, Susanne ; Wiggers, Henrik ; Thit Johnsen, Anna ; Asbjoern Neergaard, Mette. / Advance care planning for patients and their relatives. I: International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 2019 ; Bind 25, Nr. 3. s. 112-127.

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abstract = "Background: Advance care planning (ACP) has been suggested to improve the quality of life (QoL) and mental wellbeing in severely ill patients and their relatives. Aim: To investigate the effects of ACP among patients with lung, heart and cancer diseases with an estimated life-span of up to 12 months. Methods: Patients and relatives were randomised into two groups: one receiving usual care and one receiving ACP and usual care.Themes from the ACP discussion were documented in patients' electronic medical file. Participants completed self-reported questionnaires four to five weeks after randomisation. Findings: In total, 141 patients and 127 relatives participated. No significant differences were found according to outcomes. However, patients with non-malignant diseases had the highest level of anxiety and depression; these patients seemed to benefit the most from ACP, though not showing statistically significant results. Conclusion: No significant effects of ACP among patients with lung, heart, and cancer diseases and their relatives regarding HRQoL, anxiety, depression, and satisfaction with healthcare were found.",
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AU - Skorstengaard, Marianne H.

AU - Brogaard, Trine

AU - Bonde Jensen, Anders

AU - Andreassen, Pernille

AU - Bendstrup, Elisabeth

AU - Løkke, Anders

AU - Aagaard, Susanne

AU - Wiggers, Henrik

AU - Thit Johnsen, Anna

AU - Asbjoern Neergaard, Mette

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KW - Depression

KW - Heart disease

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