Evaluating Palliative Care

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Evaluating Palliative Care

Quality of life is the main outcome of palliative care, in which the patient instead of the disease Represents the target of the clinical approach. Patients struggling with serious illness have other concerns, including managing pain and other symptoms, coordinating care among multiple providers and settings, ensuring that treatments refl ect preferences and balance benefi ts and harms as well as clinical appropriateness, achieving empathic communication and care, fostering well-being, maintaining function and practically supporting family and caregivers through illness and bereavement.

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