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Actively Dying/Terminal Phase Syndrome

submitted by Rebecca Gagne-Henderson | United Kingdom
Academic Degree
Acute confusion, Acute pain, Adult pressure injury, Chronic functional constipation, Chronic pain, Death anxiety, Decreased activity tolerance, Deficient fluid volume, Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements, Impaired bed mobility, Ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion, Ineffective thermoregulation, Risk for adult pressure injury, Risk for deficient fluid volume
Areas of Interest
Administration/Leadership, Community health, Education, Research
Research Group
Gagne-Henderson, R. (2022). Learning How Older People Form Sense of Coherence through an Interpretation of Their Experiences of Decline and Serious Illness During a 30-Day Readmission: An Interpretive Description (Doctoral dissertation, Lancaster University). Henderson, R. G., McCloskey, B., Walter, E., Rimar, J., Bai, M., & Moritz, E. D. (2017). Using the Rothman Index and length of stay as a trigger for palliative care in the medical intensive care unit and step-down units. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 19(3), 232-237. , Gagne-Henderson, R., Holland, C., & Walshe, C. (2022). Sense of Coherence at End of Life in Older People: An Interpretive Description. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 10-1097., Henderson, R. G. (2015). Seeking Shalom at the End of Life. Health, Healing, and Shalom: Frontiers and Challenges for Christian Healthcare Missions.