Principles of palliative care palliative care incorporates the whole spectrum of care medical nursing psychological social cultural and spiritual a holistic approach incorporating these wider aspects of care is good medical practice and in palliative care it is essential. Palliative care palliative care is a term that is known in society but is often misunderstood palliative care is specialized care for people with serious illness usually those who are requiring end of life care this type of care is focused upon providing relief from the symptoms and stress of that serious illness. Palliative care improves the quality of life for patients with a life threatening illness and for their families despite documented benefits palliative care is underutilized in the management of . Palliative care is considered as a type of health care which focused on reducing the severity of disease symptoms and to relieve pain in addition according to florence nightingale to use the word nursing as is very essentials of but unknown mcewen wills 2007. Indeed multiple aspects of palliative care eg symptom self management care coordination decision support patient activation align with principles of disease management and hf self care 6263 for example primary clinicians should provide proactive education and support to patients to promote self management of burdensome symptoms
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