USE OF ADVANCED DIRECTIVES FOR GOOD END-OF-LIFE DECISION MAKING: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

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Javed Iqbal
Mir Aftab Uz Zaman
Khadija Al Shakhali
Dr Maliha B.Thapur
Dr. Muna Al Maslamani
Dr. Brijesh Sathian
Saadiya Ahmed Alhebail
Dr Abu Khattab
Dr Sreethish Sasi
Sawsan Manea Saeed RN
Liji
Abdul Basith
Jameshera Ismail

Keywords

Transformational leadership, Nurse Shortage, Resilience, Work-related wellbeing, Creativity and innovation, Technology advancements

Abstract

Background: - advanced directive care is essential while the patient is staying in the hospital. It’s like a legal guardian when the patient is unable to make a decision regarding the tenement and care plan. Advanced directives are not only for older patients but also for young patients who cannot make a decision about their health due to different health and mental conditions. Like stress and depression or while staying alone in an isolation facility. The main purpose of advanced care directives is to ensure patients receive treatment in case of an emergency or crisis and cannot take a decision about their health.


Materials and Methods: To obtain absolute information regarding systematic and meta-analysis and adopt the PICOT technique while developing a research questionnaire. Key words were identified and literature was searched from different websites. Electronic databases used for literature are MEDLINE, Google Scholar, and PubMed databases for the relevant studies.


Result: Three Thousand six hindered Ninthly five studies were extracted from different sources and One Thousand two hundred eighty-three were found duplicated also screened. Finally, Ten studies were included in this systematic and meta-analysis and published between January 1998 and September 2023.


Conclusion: overall advance directives are very useful for patients are any critical condition and end-of-life decision-making or traumatic stress level.

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