Physicians and death: Comments and behaviour of 605 doctors in the north-east of Italy View Full Text


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1996-09

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Maria A. Annunziata, Carlo Rossi, Renato Talamini, Salvatore Tumolo, Silvio Monfardini

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The aim of this study was to determine the influence of socio-demographic and professional factors on physicians' attitudes to the terminally ill. Between May 1992 and May 1993, a survey was conducted in the province of Pordenone (north-east, Italy) in order to analyse a number of specific issues, such as emotional involvement, the need for aggressive treatments and the communication of diagnosis and prognosis. After obtaining a list of board-certified physicians from the Medical Association office in Pordenone, a modification of the cancer questionnaire of Haley and Blanchard (QSPT) was mailed to 916 doctors. Of these, 605 (60%; 487 male, 118 female; mean age 41 +/- 11 SD) returned the completed questionnaire. Within the group of responders, we identified three main subgroups, according to their type of activity: general practitioners (175, 29%), hospital doctors (235, 39%) and other doctors (195, 32%). In age, sex and activity, the only significant difference between responders and non-responders was age (mean age 41 and 43 years respectively). Most of the responders (77%) stated that they were able to deal with the terminally ill patient and his/her needs; 44%, however, admitted that patients' anxiety is sometimes unbearable. For the vast majority of the doctors polled (91%), providing a comfortable environment for an incurable patient was more important than pursuing aggressive treatment, but only 44% were convinced of the uselessness of aggressive care. To the question on whether to disclose information about imminent death to allow patients to prepare spiritually, 37% answered "No", 38% "Yes", and 25% were uncertain. Almost all responders (95%), however, believed in the beneficial effect of hope on the terminally ill. Our results suggest that doctors' professional and, most of all, socio-demographic and cultural factors determine the relationship with the patient on both the emotional and the clinical decision-making levels. More... »

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334-340

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