Hospice experiences and approaches to support and assess family caregivers in managing medications for home hospice patients: A providers survey

Joyce, Brian T; Lau, Denys T
April 2013
Palliative Medicine;Apr2013, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p329
Academic Journal
The article discusses study that characterizes hospice providers' self-reported experiences and approaches to helping caregivers' medication management for home hospice patients. It also discusses design with mixed method analyses and provides results. It was concluded that supporting caregivers in medication management is considered important, yet challenging, to hospice providers.


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