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Institutionalized Dying Patients
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accept activities administration analgesics anticipatory grief anxiety attitudes authority behavior believe cancer client clinical comfort communication concern consent considered death decision-making decisions Declaration of Geneva dependent diagnosis discussion disease doctor dying patient dying person effect emotional ethical euthanasia expected experience expressed family members fear feelings function Game theory give goals grief guilt health-care hospital human identified individual institution interaction interview involved licensed practical nurses live loss means Medicare ment mourner Nightingale Pledge NUREMBERG CODE Nurs nursing practice organization pain patient needs perceived perception personnel physical physician possible present problems procedures profes professional prognosis question refuse registered nurses relationship responsibility role sick sick role situation social staff suggests talk tasks tell terminal patients terminally ill thanatology therapeutic therapy there's things tion treatment