Hospice charity calls for more open dialogue about death
Sue Ryder says survey shows nearly half of bereaved adults in UK would like to have known more about what to expect for loved ones
A national conversation is needed about death and dying, a leading hospice charity has said. Sue Ryder has found 44% of bereaved adults would like to have known what physical and mental changes to expect loved ones to experience in their final days.
Nursing Older People. 30, 3, 6-6. doi: 10.7748/nop.30.3.6.s2
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