The Palliative Care Outcome of among the elderly with chronic illness though Volunteer

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  • nongyao mongkhonittivech Mae Fah Luang University

Keywords:

elderly with chronic illness , End of life, Palliative care, Volunteers

Abstract

 This quasi - experimental research design, one group pre-post test design aimed to study of palliative care outcome among the elderly with chronic illness though Volunteer. The sample was 22 subjects, received palliative care though volunteers. The instrument used in this research was the palliative  outcome scale: POS. Data analysis used were descriptive statistics and paired t-test.  Results showed that the average of palliative care outcome score after receiving though volunteers were significantly lower than that before intervention (p <.001)

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2018-05-07

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mongkhonittivech nongyao. The Palliative Care Outcome of among the elderly with chronic illness though Volunteer. JNSH [Internet]. 2018 May 7 [cited 2022 Aug. 9];40(4):96-106. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nah/article/view/106132