publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2017

How is palliative care delivered for older Chinese people in Australia?

Hsu, Chiung-Yin;
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  • Published: 14 Feb 2017
Abstract
Palliative care has developed as a specialised health care field in Australia since the 1980s and has been part of a worldwide movement to address the needs of people who are dying and their families. While in recent years a number of research projects have contributed to the body of knowledge about palliative care provision in Australia, there is little application of these studies to the particular needs of Chinese immigrants. Despite Chinese people having become one of the largest ethnics groups in Australia, with many having lived here for generations, they still value their culture and traditions. These Chinese migrants have adopted Australia as their home;...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, older chinese in australia, chinese culture and beliefs, concomitant care, ethesis-20130723-152850, palliative care in australia, monash:120029, thesis(doctorate), end-of-life care, restricted access, 2012, 1959.1/891713, palliative care for chinese
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