Oregon Health & Science University

Nursing's Specific Contributions to Quality Palliative Care within the Context of Interdisciplinary Intensive Care Practice

Very little is known about the relationships between quality palliative nursing care delivered in intensive care units (ICUs) and patient and family outcomes and on how to measure and to improve these outcomes. The purpose of this investigator-initiated study was to examine nursing's specific contributions to quality palliative care provided to patients and their families in the ICU. This interdisciplinary team was led by Lissi Hansen, Ph.D., R.N. and Richard Mularski, M.D.

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Dr. Lissi Hansen

Dr. Lissi Hansen

Dr. Lissi Hansen

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