Volume: 19

1. Non-Steroid Anti-Inflammatory Agents for Management of Cold Sweating in Advanced Cancer Patients. Page:331—334
2. Pain Management Knowledge, Attitudes, and Performance of Nurses in Long-Term Care Hospitals. Page:322—330
3. The Perceptions and Needs of Hospice Palliative Care and Shared Decision Making among Middle-Aged Adults. Page:310—321
4. Analysis of Effect and Prognostic Factors Associated with Catheter Intervention on Ascites in Terminal Cancer Patient. Page:303—309
5. Effectiveness of Hand Massage Combined with Analgesics on Pain Control in Patients with Terminal Cancer. Page:296—302
6. Advances of Hospice Palliative Care in Taiwan. Page:292—295
7. Advances in Hospice and Palliative Care in Japan: A Review Paper. Page:283—291
8. Lifting Shadows off the End-of-Life Care: Hopes and Beliefs on Video Decision Support Tools for Advance Care Planning. Page:1—4
9. Bedside Teaching of Relaxation Technique for Terminal Cancer Patients Treated with Radiation Therapy. Page:256—261
10. Factors Associated with Ketamine Use in Pancreatic Cancer Patient in a Single Hospice Center. Page:249—255
11. Development of Audio-visual Aids of Death Education for Hospice Patients and Their Families. Page:240—248
12. Factors Affecting Research Participation of Bereaved Families of Terminal Cancer Patients: A Prospective Preliminary Study. Page:233—239
13. Delirium Management: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment in Palliative Care. Page:201—210
14. Dignity Therapy for End-stage Patients: Concept Analysis. Page:211—221
15. Factors Influencing Perception of Hospice Palliative Care in High School Students in Korea. Page:222—232
16. Location of Death and End-of-Life Care. Page:5—10
17. Factors Related to Emergency Department Healthcare Providers' Attitudes towards End-of-Life Care. Page:11—25
18. Clinical Characteristics of Oncologic Patients with DNR Decision at a Tertiary Hospital. Page:26—33
19. Concept Analysis of Nurses' Acceptance of Patient Deaths. Page:34—44
20. A Case Study on the Experience of Hospice Volunteers. Page:45—60
21. Factors Associated with Care Burden among Family Caregivers of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients. Page:61—69
22. Cases and Literature Review of Timing for Withdrawal of Palliative Chemotherapy. Page:70—75
23. Hospice Palliative Care in South Korea: Past, Present, and Future. Page:99—108
24. The Evaluation of the Korean Advance Directives (K-AD). Page:109—118
25. Retrospective Cohort Study on the Administration of Sedative for Delirium in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients and Survival Time. Page:119—126
26. The Lived Experience of Suffering of Family with Cancer Patients: Parse's Human Becoming Research Method. Page:127—135
27. Recognition of Good Death, Attitude towards the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment, and Attitude towards Euthanasia in Nurses. Page:136—144
28. Home-Based Hospice Care Provided by a Free-Standing Hospice Center: Patients' Characteristics and Service Conditions. Page:145—153
29. The Influence of Terminal Care Performance, Death Anxiety and Self-Esteem on Terminal Care Stress of Geriatric Hospital Nurses. Page:154—162
30. Unmet Medical Service Needs in Family Caregivers of Terminal Cancer Patients. Page:163—169
31. Self-Efficacy, Self-Care Behavior, Posttraumatic Growth, and Quality of Life in Patients with Cancer according to Disease Characteristics. Page:170—179