alexa A Family Member’s Non-Experiences of Guilt and Shame in End-Of-Life Care

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A Family Member’s Non-Experiences of Guilt and Shame in End-Of-Life Care

The present study is part of the larger project, "Guilt and shame in end-of-life care – the next-of-kin’s perspective”, where the overall aim was to explore and describe the concepts of guilt and shame and to gain a greater understanding of family members’ experiences of guilt and shame in end-of-life care. The results have been published in a doctoral thesis, which includes four studies. The first study [15] was a qualitative secondary analysis of interviews with family members to persons in end-of-life care.

 
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