Are public health measures and individualised care compatible in the face of a pandemic? A national observational study of bereaved relatives’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 public health restrictions have affected end-of-life care experiences for dying patients and their families.
To explore bereaved relatives’ experiences of quality of care and family support provided during the last days of life; to identify the impact of factors associated with perceived support.
A national, observational, open online survey was developed and disseminated via social ... Expand abstract
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