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The impact of a faith-based end-of-life care education program on decision-making in an African American religious community

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The impact of a faith-based end-of-life care education program on decision-making in an African American religious community
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Garner
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Marcella S.
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1991-
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Marcella S. Garner
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Barberio
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Judith Barberio
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Rutgers University
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School of Nursing - RBHS
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English
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Palliative care services aim to anticipate, prevent, and treat symptoms associated with life-threatening diseases. However, research has shown African Americans are less likely to engage in end of life services when compared to their non-African American counterparts. The purpose of this project was to assess end of life knowledge of African Americans, assess African Americans' ability to make an informed decision regarding the end-of-life care, provide a faith-based end of life education session, and evaluate its effectiveness. Imogene King's general system framework was used to structure and guide this project. A demographic survey and evidence-based tools were administered before the intervention and immediately following and two weeks after the intervention. A Friedman test was used to analyze change over time with pre and posttests 1 and 2, which showed a significance level of (p<0.01). Results indicate there were an overall increase in the mean PaCKS scores after the educational session.
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Family Nurse Practitioner
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Palliative treatment
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Terminal care
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African Americans -- Medical care
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Includes bibliographical references
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School of Nursing (RBHS) DNP Projects
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ETD doctoral
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Marcella
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2019-05-31
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2021-05-30
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