Palliative Care: Care to Survival Confidently and Leave Peacefully Case Study: Kong Krailat Hospital


  • Kanokporn Paisansujareekul Faculty of Nursing Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University


palliative care; end of life; quality of life; good death


The purpose of this article is to share knowledge and experience as being a lecturer and a person who is responsible for palliative care in community hospitals. Exchange learning to those involved expect that this article will benefit the practitioner and that interested parties will consider applying it as a guide to the end-of-life care and family to provide the best quality of life. Palliative care is structured by a multidisciplinary care system, teamwork process, and careful evaluation to ensure efficient care. Palliative care enables patients to live happily have the best quality of life for the rest of the time, not suffering and passing away peacefully at the end of his life. Families can face loss and adapt to grief after death without much suffering.


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Paisansujareekul ก. (2021). Palliative Care: Care to Survival Confidently and Leave Peacefully Case Study: Kong Krailat Hospital. EAU Heritage Journal Science and Technology, 15(3), 57–70. Retrieved from



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