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Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal (HPMIJ) is the premier peer-reviewed open access journal focused on all aspects of palliative care for the dying and for those with profound suffering related to chronic illness. Palliative care can help manage symptoms, pain, or side effects from treatment. It can help people manage with their feelings about living with a serious illness. It can also help with communication, so all the health professionals providing care for a person understand their shared goals. It may even help with planning for future medical care. This journal therefore, appeals to members of the team including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, pastoral counsellors, psychologists, program administrators and any other specialty involved in this care. All manuscripts published in this journal are subjected to rigorous peer review. HPMIJ delightfully welcomes research papers, review articles, case reports, short communications, mini-reviews, opinions, letter to editors, etc.
Email: palliative@medcraveonline.org, palliative@medcraveonline.us

Latest Articles

Mini Review Open Access

A reflection on therapeutic futility: in Portuguese primary care context

Nádia Neri Marinho,1,3 Joana Simões Casanova2,3

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - June 7, 2019

Research Article Open Access

Outcomes of an enteral feeding protocol in pediatric cancer patients: a non-randomized clinical trial

Adriana Garófolo,1 Antonio Sérgio Petrilli,2 Fábio Ancona-Lopez3

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - June 4, 2019

Opinion Open Access

The importance of the dental team in palliative care

Oliva A,1 Fonseca A2

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - May 13, 2019

Short Communication Open Access

Nursery service, quality promotion

Da-Yong Lu,1 Yu-Zheng Chen,2 Da-Feng Lu2

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - May 8, 2019

Mini Review Open Access

Shared decision-over a p value

Hamilton Lima Wagner

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 23, 2019

Review Article Open Access

Depression, anxiety disorders and socioeconomic factors affecting university students: review

Aline da Silva Abreu,1 Felipe Souza Nascimento,1 Elisa Maria Novaes Barros,2 Vanessa Novaes Barros1

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 16, 2019

Research Article Open Access

Coping of staff nurses in losing patients: assessment utilizing the developed coping interventions tool for nurses (CIT-N)

John Christian V Villanueva

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 8, 2019

Mini Review Open Access

Reasons that induce driving while intoxicated young adult

Leticia Casique Casique,1 Alicia Alvarez Aguiire,1 Mercedes Velasco Santana,2 Maria Vargas Cleopatra Azúa,3 Armando Rico Leon4

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 4, 2019

Research Article Open Access

Oncological wounds: meanings and emerging feelings of patients undergoing treatment

Adriana Rodrigues dos Anjos Mendonça, Thiago Marques Camargo, Sandiego Phelip Sthefan Palhares, Taynan Bruno Ramos Izidoro, Dênia Amélia Novato Castelli von Atzingen

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 3, 2019

Literature Review Open Access

The effect of education on improving hand hygiene compliance among healthcare workers

Mary Thisbe Quilab, Shamarra Johnson, Christian Schadt, Abigail Mitchell

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - April 2, 2019

Review Article Open Access

Study of pervasiveness, antimicrobial vulnerability and resolution of best method for determining extended spectrum beta lactamases Escherichia coli isolates

Alka Mishra,1 Renu Bist,2 Vinay Sharma3

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - March 26, 2019

Research Article Open Access

Self-care and sense of life in elderly adults who have diabetes mellitus in Tumbes hospital

Lilia Jannet Saldarriaga Sandoval,1 Edilma Casimiro Gomes Serafim2

Hospice & Palliative Medicine International Journal - March 22, 2019