Indikatoren in der unterstützenden und palliativen Pflege
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- Afshar K, Feichtner A, Boyd K, Murray S, Jünger S, Wiese B, Schneider N, Müller-Mundt G. Systematic development and adjustment of the German version of the Supportive and Palliative Care Indicators Tool (SPICT-DE). BMC Palliative Care 2018;17:27.
The SPICT-DE Guide (SPICT-DE Anwendungsleitfaden 2019) has been translated and adapted by Hannover Medical School, Institute for General Practice, Palliative Care Research Group.
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