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BackgroundIn the Quality of Death Index for 2021, China ranks 53rd out of 81 countries. Although hospice care demand is increasing, hospice care services are still slowing. Demographic information and hospice care acceptance were used to determine hospice care acceptance. paraphrasedoutput:ResultsThis survey used 11,031 valid questionnaire results to investigate the hospice care acceptance among hospice care providers. A stepwise linear regression analysis was used. Individuals with undergraduate or above, more buildings [2, 3 ], and higher reimbursement rates of medical insurance [employee health care, government insurance ] had a higher hospice acceptance rate, with females being less willing to accept than females. Perception & Social Support Scale also contributed to the Self-Management Scale, EuroQol's Visual Analog Scale, Short-Form Family Health Scale, higher scores of the Short-Form Health Literacy Instrument, and Perception of Social Support Scale.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.985218
Patients in long-term, palliative, and hospice care are at a greater risk of suffering a severe course of COVID-19. Different strategies have been developed by the respective health care facilities for the purposes of infection control, as well as sightseeing and other aspects of contact restrictions. 10 family members of long-term, palliative, and hospice care patients were interviewed during a study. The ability to visit and the number of visitors permitted helped influence perceptions and actions in long-term, palliative, and hospice care facilities.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/reports5030026
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