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12 Patients’, Relatives’ and Professionals’ Views on Dignity: a Qualitative Study
  1. Bee Wee, Clinical Psychologist
  1. Carolina Casa as i Comabella, Clinical Psychologist, Bee Wee, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Sir Michael Sobell House (Oxford Radcliffe Hospital), Oxford

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Introduction: Maintaining dignity is a central issue in palliative care and research has shown that dying with dignity is often used as an equivalent of good death. Recently a dignity model has been developed which establishes three broad categories, comprising a number of themes that interact, shaping the patient’s sense of dignity. Objective: To investigate and compare the views …

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