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THE END OF LIFE CARE
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The End of Life Care
Thelma Mendoza
West Coast University
SOC 280 Sociology
Dr. Tracy L. Samperio
November 25, 2019

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The hospice movement has gained popularity over the years to set standards on palliative
care on patients approaching the end of their being (Driessen and West, 2018). There is a
significant number of patients who are dying while on non-palliative care compared to
individuals in a palliative care setting. This illustrates there is still a wide gap between the
professional health providers for the adult patients who are at their last stages and in palliative
care by informing their families on the option to take palliative care (Tapera et al., 2017). The
objective of the study is to evaluate the level of care that is administered by the professional
healthcare workers to share the necessary palliative care information with friends and families
regarding their cherished ones who are at death bed and are yet to be admitted to palliative care
centers.

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THE END OF LIFE CARE 1 The End of Life Care Thelma Mendoza West Coast University SOC 280 Sociology Dr. Tracy L. Samperio November 25, 2019 The End of Life Care 2 Abstract The hospice movement has gained popularity over the years to set standards on palliative care on patients approaching the end of their being (Driessen and West, 2018). There is a significant number of patients who are dying while on non-palliative care compared to individuals in a palliative care setting. This illustrates there is still a wide gap between the professional health providers for the adult patients who are at their last stages and in palliative care by informing their families on the option to take palliative care (Tapera et al., 2017). The objective of the study is to evaluate the level of care that is administered by the professional healthcare workers to share the necessary palliative care information with friends and families regarding their cherished ones who are at death bed and are yet to be admitted to palliative care centers. The End of Life Care 3 The End of Life Care Introduction Palliative care is provided primarily to terminally ill patients, and the treatment focuses on allowing them to have a comfortable time while at their last stages of life. Often Hospice movement is advocated for patients who have been promoted to have atheist six to twelve months of living (Hannon et al., 2016). Thus, with palliative care, the patients get an opportunity to die in dignity, comfort, ...
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