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    Caregiving for ageing parents: A literature review on the experience of adult children.Ina Luichies, Anne Goossensen & Hanneke van der Meide - 2021 - Nursing Ethics 28 (6):844-863.
    Background:More and more adults in their fifties and sixties are confronted with the need to support their ageing parents. Although many aspects of filial caregiving have been researched, a well-documented and comprehensive overview of the caregiving experience is lacking.Aim:This study aims for a better understanding of the caregiving experience of adult children by generating an overview of main themes in international research.Method:A literature review of qualitative studies, focusing on the experiences of adult children caring for their ageing parents, was performed. (...)
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    Evaluating care from a care ethical perspective:: A pilot study.Esther E. Kuis & Anne Goossensen - 2017 - Nursing Ethics 24 (5):569-582.
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    Ethical considerations on the value of patient knowledge in long-term care.Susanne L. van den Hooff & Anne Goossensen - 2015 - Nursing Ethics 22 (3):377-388.
    Aim:This study explores experiences of patients suffering from Korsakoff’s syndrome. It contributes to improved reflection on the value of patient knowledge.Background:An ethics of care perspective states the importance of moving to patients in their vulnerable state of being, and to figure out patients’ individual needs necessary to provide good care. The information given by patients suffering from Korsakoff’s syndrome might be mistaken, invented and even not true. The value of these patients’ experiences and knowledge had not been researched to date.Method:Data (...)
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    Disconnectedness from the here-and-now: a phenomenological perspective as a counteract on the medicalisation of death wishes in elderly people.Els van Wijngaarden, Carlo Leget & Anne Goossensen - 2016 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 19 (2):265-273.
    When elderly people are ideating on manners to end their lives, because they feel life is over and no longer worth living, it is important to understand their lived experiences, thoughts and behaviour in order to appropriately align care, support and policy to the needs of these people. In the literature, the wish to die in elderly people is often understood from a medical, psychopathological paradigm, referred to as cognitive impairment, depressive disorder, pathological bereavement, and suicidality. In this paper, we (...)
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    Conflicting Conceptions of Autonomy: Experiences of Family Carers with Involuntary Admissions of their Relatives.Susanne van den Hooff & Anne Goossensen - 2015 - Ethics and Social Welfare 9 (1):64-81.
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    Healthcare professionals under pressure in involuntary admission processes.Susanne van den Hooff, Carlo Leget & Anne Goossensen - 2015 - Nursing Philosophy 16 (4):177-186.
    The main objective of this paper is to describe how quality of care may be improved during an involuntary admission process of patients suffering from Korsakoff's syndrome. It presents an empirically grounded analysis with different perspectives on ‘doing good’ during this process. Family carers', healthcare professionals' and legal professionals' ways of understanding and ordering this problematic situation appear very different. This could prevent patients from getting the proper care they need, with risk of more suffering and quality of life below (...)
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