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Pluridisciplinarité dans les soins palliatifs en Etablissement d’Hébergement de Personnes Âgées Dépendantes : étude de pratiques après intervention de l'Equipe Mobile de Soins Palliatifs d'Agen

Abstract : Background: multidisciplinarity seems to be a difficult practice in nursing homes, even though it's judged as efficient in end-of-life care wich is a frequent occurence in those healthcare facilities. This study's objective was to study the multidisciplinarity practice in end-of-life situations that necessited the intervention of a mobile palliative care team. Method: it's an observational, quantitative, practice study, using a paper survey addressed to liberal and employee caregivers that intervened during an end-of-life situations in nursing homes that required Agen's mobile palliative care team's intervention. Results: 77 surveys got sent back. Most caregivers were more often working as a team at the bedside of the patient during the end-of-life situations studied here. Multidisciplinary staff meetings were mainly composed of nurses, head nurses, coordination practioners and psychologists. Caregivers were seeking palliative care formations, asking for those to be multidisciplinar. Caregivers were meeting families more often during palliative situations, but only head nurses, psychologists and coordination practitioners were accompanied to meet them. Conclusion: our study suggest a low participation to multidisciplinarity in palliative care for nursing home's low qualification caregivers, but also general practicioners. Nurturing awareness to palliative culture seems mandatory.
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Joris Monpezat. Pluridisciplinarité dans les soins palliatifs en Etablissement d’Hébergement de Personnes Âgées Dépendantes : étude de pratiques après intervention de l'Equipe Mobile de Soins Palliatifs d'Agen. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03123273⟩

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