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'Care for the dying: experiences and challenges: a study of
quality of health service care during the last year of life of
patients at St James's Hospital, Dublin from their relatives'
perspective.'

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Title

'Care for the dying: experiences and challenges: a study of
quality of health service care during the last year of life of
patients at St James's Hospital, Dublin from their relatives'
perspective.'

Subject

Quality of care for the dying from the perspective of their relatives.

Description

A research study commissioned by the Irish Hospice Foundation. The study examined the quality of health service care during the last year of life of patients at Saint James's Hospital, Dublin, from their relatives' perspective.
The research was initially proposed by Therese Brady, director of bereavement services at the Irish Hospice Foundation. The study was conducted by researchers from the Health Services Research Centre at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on behalf of the Irish Hospice Foundation. The project was conducted in association with the palliative care team at Saint James's Hospital Dublin, Sister Moma Hogan, Sister Sharon O'Brien and Dr Liam O'Siorain.

Orla Keegan was project Co-ordinator and Hannah McGee, Director, Health Services Research Centre was co project lead.

Creator

Initial proposal made by: Therese Brady, director of bereavement services at the Irish Hospice Foundation.

Sister Moma Hogan, Sister Sharon O'Brien and Dr. Liam O' Siorain, - Palliative Care Team at Saint Jame's Hospital, Dublin.

Orla Keegan- project co-ordinator.

Hannah McGee, Director, Health Services Research Centre and co project lead.

Health Services Research Centre at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Publisher

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Department of
Psychology. Health Services Resource Centre.

Date

February, 1999.

Contributor

Initial proposal made by: Therese Brady, director of bereavement services at the Irish Hospice Foundation.

Sister Moma Hogan, Sister Sharon O'Brien and Dr. Liam O' Siorain, - Palliative Care Team at Saint Jame's Hospital, Dublin.

Orla Keegan- project co-ordinator.

Hannah McGee, Director, Health Services Research Centre and co project lead.

Health Services Research Centre at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Rights

©Irish Hospice Foundation.

Relation

Parent Collection: Hospice Friendly Hospitals Programme.

Format

File format: PDF.

Language

English.

Type

Report.

Rights Holder

©Irish Hospice Foundation.

Text Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Digital report.

Files

'Care for the dying: experiences and challenges: a study of<br />
quality of health service care during the last year of life of<br />
patients at St James's Hospital, Dublin from their relatives'<br />
perspective.'

Citation

Initial proposal made by: Therese Brady, director of bereavement services at the Irish Hospice Foundation. Sister Moma Hogan, Sister Sharon O'Brien and Dr. Liam O' Siorain, - Palliative Care Team at Saint Jame's Hospital, Dublin. Orla Keegan- project co-ordinator. Hannah McGee, Director, Health Services Research Centre and co project lead. Health Services Research Centre at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland., “'Care for the dying: experiences and challenges: a study of quality of health service care during the last year of life of patients at St James's Hospital, Dublin from their relatives' perspective.',” Archives Hospice Foundation, accessed June 18, 2019, http://archives.hospicefoundation.ie/document/313.