Evaluation of Hospice Enrollment and Family and Unpaid Caregivers' Experiences With Health Care Workers in the Care of Older Adults During the Last Month of Life

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Wolff, Jennifer L., Vicki Freedman, Katherine A. Ornstein, John F. Mulcahy, and Judith D. Kasper. 2020. "Evaluation of Hospice Enrollment and Family and Unpaid Caregivers' Experiences With Health Care Workers in the Care of Older Adults During the Last Month of Life." JAMA Network Open, 3(4): e203599.

This survey study assesses end-of-life caregivers' experiences with health care workers during older adults' last month of life.

10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.3599

Keywords:
Aging & Retirement

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