- Family involvement in the end-of-life decisions of competent intensive care patientsRanveig Lind
University Hospital of Northern Norway, Tromsø, Norway
Nurs Ethics 20:61-71. 2013..We conclude that models of informed shared decision making should be utilised and optimised in intensive care, where nurses and physicians work with both the patient and his or her family and regard the family as partners in the process...
- Intensive care nurses' involvement in the end-of-life process--perspectives of relativesRanveig Lind
Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital of Northern Norway, Norway
Nurs Ethics 19:666-76. 2012..The relatives therefore felt that the nurses could have been more involved in the process...
- Family members' experiences of "wait and see" as a communication strategy in end-of-life decisionsRanveig Lind
Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital of Northern Norway, Opin klin, Pb 6060, 9038, Tromsø, Norway
Intensive Care Med 37:1143-50. 2011..Were they asked about the patient's preferences, and how did they view their role as family members in the decision-making process?..
- The meaning of follow-up in intensive care: patients' perspectiveSissel L Storli
Faculty of Health Sciences, Tromsø University College, Tromsø, Norway
Scand J Caring Sci 23:45-56. 2009..The study is important in elucidating aspects that are beneficial in the patient's follow-up and which lay the basis for further development of existing and new follow-up offers...