The Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care

Array of Z-scores (±1.00), Agree and Disagree Statements for Factors.

 Type Q-statement Z-score
Type 1* 34. The time remaining for terminal patients is precious. 1.69
19. Terminal patients hope for that can manage total pain to be developed. 1.55
8. Terminal patients want to understand their condition accurately. 1.42
17. A system for caring for terminal patients should be well established. 1.21
14. Terminal patients want to leave something meaningful behind. 1.02
24. Terminal patients experience severe pain. 1.02
21. Terminal patients worry about the family members they will leave behind. 1.00
7. Terminal patients do not like to stay at the hospice unit. -1.18
22. Terminal patients cut off their social relationships. -1.68
18. Terminal patients think living is meaningless. -1.77
2. Terminal patients are indifferent towards others. -1.79
9. Terminal patients are dying. -2.06
Type 2 17. A system for caring for terminal patients should be well established. 2.05
26. Terminal patients need to be cared for in a multidisciplinary manner. 1.44
21. Terminal patients worry about the family members they will leave behind. 1.33
32. Terminal patients have wishes they want to realize. 1.27
34. The time remaining for terminal patients is precious. 1.19
22. Terminal patients cut off their social relationships. -1.05
3. Terminal patients do not like to talk about death. -1.10
6. Terminal patients have many demands. -1.10
33. Terminal patients wish for euthanasia. -1.13
1. Terminal patients are indifferent towards others. -1.42
20. Terminal patients do not open their hearts. -1.46
18. Terminal patients think living is meaningless. -1.69
7. Terminal patients do not like to stay at the hospice unit. -1.82
Type 3 34. The time remaining for terminal patients is precious. 1.99
32. Terminal patients have wishes they want to realize. 1.41
21. Terminal patients worry about the family members they will leave behind. 1.40
28. Terminal patients want to die with dignity. 1.26
23. Terminal patients want to reconcile or forgive. 1.16
29. Terminal patients have regrets about their lives. -1.05
6. Terminal patients have many demands. -1.10
5. Terminal patients have a grim look on their faces. -1.12
3. Terminal patients do not like to talk about death. -1.14
20. Terminal patients do not open their hearts. -1.27
7. Terminal patients do not like to stay at the hospice unit. -1.30
22. Terminal patients cut off their social relationships. -1.35
1. Terminal patients are indifferent towards others. -1.42
18. Terminal patients think living is meaningless. -1.65
Wish for life-sustaining medical treatment,
Demand for service and support,
Awareness of accepting death.
Korean J Hosp Palliat Care 2019;22:156~165 https://doi.org/10.14475/kjhpc.2019.22.4.156
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