Published in April-June 2023 vol 12 (2)

Dying with dignity is a right, defined as a process with the following characteristics. Dying with minimal suffering from symptoms and limited invasive treatment. The study aimed to understand how the pandemic changed how we die in end-of-life care and what we can add to what has gone before.

Mesquita Pires, Pedro Eduardo; Abel García Abejas; Àngels Salvador Vergès. End-of-life dignity in palliative care, pandemic COVID-19, and telemedicine. Journal of Clinical and Scientific Research 12(2):p 140-148, Apr–Jun 2023. | DOI: 10.4103/jcsr.jcsr_39_22

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