The Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care

Proportion of the Population that Agrees with the Current Amendment across the 4 Study Groups and Chi-square Values for Group Comparison.

General population**N=1,005 Cancer patients**N=1,001 Family caregivers**N=1,006 Physicians (weighted)**N=928 χ2(df) P-value

n % n % n % n %
Item 1* 656 65.3 658 65.7 698 69.4 253 27.3 462.79 (3) <0.001
Item 2 733 72.9 752 75.1 796 79.1 682 73.5 22.24 (3) <0.001
Item 3 693 69.0 650 64.9 701 69.7 374 40.3 202.70 (3) <0.001
Item 4§ 730 72.6 786 78.5 789 78.4 768 82.8 18.73 (3) <0.001
Item 5 686 68.3 688 68.7 735 73.1 608 65.5 17.36 (3) <0.001
Item 6 844 84.0 860 85.9 831 82.6 691 74.5 64.82 (3) <0.001
Long-term care hospitals would be properly equipped to provide hospice and palliative care,
Long-term care hospitals would have better accessibility,
Long-term care hospitals would provide improved care,
Long-term care hospitals would pursue profit and threaten the philosophy of hospice care,
Long-term care hospitals would make families irresponsible with patient care,
Long-term care hospitals would charge unnecessary expenses,
The proportion of participants who responded “strongly agree” or “agree” to each question. Chi-square test.
df: degree of freedom.
Korean J Hosp Palliat Care 2019;22:145~155 https://doi.org/10.14475/kjhpc.2019.22.4.145
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