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YEARS

2020-2021

ABSTRACT

The study deals with palliative care in pandemic events. Therefore, interviews with employees (medical, nursing, further care taking professional groups) from different hospitals and hospital sizes will be conducted to learn about their experience, challenges and solution approaches with regard to the care of severly ill and dying patients (COVID-19 infected/ not infected) and their relatives. Subsequently these interviews will be evaluated. The results of the study should shed light on the one hand the experience, challenges and solution approaches of the hospital employees and on the other hand will help to provide best practice examples as well as recommendations which will be made available on a platform to support palliative care during pandemic events. Detailed Description The study deals with palliative care during pandemic events. With the help of focus group interviews hospital employees (medical, nursing, further care taking professional groups) belonging to the generalist palliative care in regular, main and maximum care hospitals will be interviewed to learn about their experience, challenges and solution approaches with regard to care of severely ill and dying patients (COVID-19 infected/ not infected) and their relatives respectively surviving dependants. Subsequently these interviews will be evaluated using the qualitative content analysis by Kuckartz. The results should provide an overview about the experiences, challenges and solution approaches. Moreover, best practice examples and recommendations will be available on a platform and suggestions regarding national guidances will be made. This study is the qualitative part of subwork package 4 of the "PalPan" study. More... »

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