By Susan K. Rogers, MS, BSN, RN
...Susan K. Rogers is director, education and public relations, Americans for Better Care of the Dying, Washington, DC, and is a hospice nurse at the acute-care unit of the Hospice of Northern Virginia, Arlington, VA.
A Promise to Our Patients and a Guide for Nurses Good Medical Treatment You will have the best of medical treatment, aiming to prevent exacerbation, improve function & survival, ensure comfort.
Offer patients proven diagnosis and treatment strategies to prevent exacerbations & enhance quality of life, as well as to delay disease progression & death. Use medical interventions that are in accord with best available standards of medical practice.
... - Susan K. Rogers
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