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    Supporting Stroke Patients' Autonomy During Rehabilitation.Ireen M. Proot, Ruud H. J. ter Meulen, Huda Huijer Abu-Saad & Harry F. J. M. Crebolder - 2007 - Nursing Ethics 14 (2):229-241.
    In a qualitative study, 22 stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation in three nursing homes were interviewed about constraints on and improvements in their autonomy and about approaches of health professionals regarding autonomy. The data were analysed using grounded theory, with a particular focus on the process of regaining autonomy. An approach by the health professionals that was responsive to changes in the patients’ autonomy was found to be helpful for restoration of their autonomy. Two patterns in health professionals’ approach appeared to (...)
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    Alleviation of Pain and Symptoms With a Life-Shortening Intention.Grada G. van Bruchem-van de Scheur, Arie J. G. van der Arend, Huda Huijer Abu-Saad, Frans C. B. van Wijmen, Cor Spreeuwenberg & Ruud H. J. ter Meulen - 2008 - Nursing Ethics 15 (5):682-695.
    This article reports the findings of a study into the role of Dutch nurses in the alleviation of pain and symptoms with a life-shortening intention, conducted as part of a study into the role of nurses in medical end-of-life decisions. A questionnaire survey was carried out using a population of 1509 nurses who were employed in hospitals, home care organizations and nursing homes. The response rate was 82.0%; 78.1% were suitable for analysis. The results show that in about half of (...)
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    Alleviation of pain and symptoms with a life-shortening intention.Arie J. G. van der Arend, Huda Huijer Abu-Saad, Frans C. B. van Wijmen, Cor Spreeuwenberg & Ruud H. J. ter Meulen - 2008 - Nursing Ethics 15 (5):682-695.
    This article reports the findings of a study into the role of Dutch nurses in the alleviation of pain and symptoms with a life-shortening intention, conducted as part of a study into the role of nurses in medical end-of-life decisions. A questionnaire survey was carried out using a population of 1509 nurses who were employed in hospitals, home care organizations and nursing homes. The response rate was 82.0%; 78.1% (1179) were suitable for analysis. The results show that in about half (...)
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