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WindowsYes, clearlyprovided descriptive statistics ofcaregiver’s experience with pain mgt.Yes, can be reproduced, information was retrieved from an ongoing randomized clinical trialKehl, K. A. (2014). How hospice staff members prepare family caregivers for the patient’s final days of life: An exploratory study. Palliative Medicine,29(2), 128-137. doi:10.1177/0269216314551320Qualitative descriptive studyInterviews19 hospice cliniciansInterview recorded, transcribed and coded. Conventional content analysisYes, the results provided the author with staff preparatorymethodsNo, Participants were from 2 hospices in oneregion. Possibility participants had some of same
patients/familiesMayahara, M., Foreman, M. D., Wilbur, J., Paice, J. A., & Fogg, L. F. (2015). Effect of hospice nonprofessional caregiver barriers to pain management on adherence to analgesic administration recommendations and patient outcomes. Pain Management Nursing,16(3), 249-256. doi:10.1016/j.pmn.2014.07.001 Longitudinal, correlationalstudySelf-administered survey46 caregiver/patient dyadsBarriers Questionnaire II, Medications rated, Pain number scale, Hospital Anxiety and Depression scale, QoL subscale of brief Hospice InventoryIBM SPSS for Windows, frequencies,means, ANOVA, x2,Spearman’s correlation coefficientsYes, resultsprovided author withcorrelation between caregiver barriers andpain mgtNo, small sample size
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Randomized controlled trial, symptom management, Palliative medicine