安寧療護疼痛處置參考指引於癌末病患使用成效之調查

Translated title of the contribution: Advanced Cancer Patient's Pain Management Guideline in Hospice Care

蘇小萍, 陳品玲, 賴允亮, 林佳靜

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Abstract

The Guideline for Pain Management for Hospice Care was developed by the National Department of Health in December, 2000. The purpose of this study was to explore the efficacy of the Guideline in Taiwan and to compare the satisfaction of the physcians and nurses working at hospice units and non-hospice units.
One hundred and thirty-nine participants were recruited, including 112 nurses and 27 physicians. The results indicated that there was a significant difference between the people working at hospice and non-hospice units based on having known or read the Guideline of Pain Management. Secondly, it was found that those who had received hospice training program reported significantly higher levels of satisfaction for the Guideline of Pain Management than those who had not received hospice training program. Thirdly, the physicians and nurses reported the mean score of satisfaction in the Guideline of Pain Management was 3.94 (SD=.79). Finally, most of the physicians and nurses would like to modify the size of Guideline of Pain Management to a smaller size in order to keep it stand by. This study has provided important implications as to the multidisciplinary teams that take care for hospice patients for the government to understand how to best use the Guideline of Pain Management in clinical and offer important suggestions to further modify the Guideline.
Translated title of the contributionAdvanced Cancer Patient's Pain Management Guideline in Hospice Care
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)363-374
Number of pages12
Journal榮總護理
Volume21
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • cancer pain
  • hospice unit

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