Nurses can help terminally ill patients cope, researchers say

01/10/2013 | MedWire News (U.K.)

Terminally ill patients go through certain psychological responses to dying, and nurses can help reduce the emotional impact, University of Granada researchers wrote in the International Journal of Nursing Studies. Patients' responses included acceptance, seeing an opportunity for growth or the re-evaluation of their lives, according to the study based on interviews with 24 patients.

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