Bereaved family member perceptions of patient-focused family-centred care during the last 30 days of life using a mortality follow-back survey: Does location matter?

Secondary title: 
T2 - BMC palliative care
Short title: 
Bereaved family member perceptions of patient-focused family-centred care during the last 30 days of life using a mortality follow-back survey: Does location matter?
Authors: 
Burge, F.
Lawson, B.
Johnston, G.
Asada, Y.
McIntyre, P. F.
Grunfeld, E.
Flowerdew, G.
Volume: 
13
Annotations: 
Type D, Audit, Needs assessment
Date: 
14 May
Year: 
2014
Accession number: 
2014358909
Database: 
EMBASE Cohort
Number: 
M1 - 1
Type of work: 
M3 - Review
ID: 
12464
DOI: 
http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1472-684X-13-25
Key words: 
adult
aged
bereavement
Canada
clinical assessment
communication skill
controlled study
death certificate
dyspnea
family
family centered care
female
follow up
health care facility
health care need
health survey
home
hospital
human
long term care
major clinical study
male
mortality
palliative therapy
patient care
patient focused family centered care
patient satisfaction
perception
review
scoring system
telephone interview
terminal care
Types of evidence: 
Type D
Other annotations: 
Audit
Needs assessment