“It Was the Only Thing I Could Hold Onto, But…”: Receiving a Letter of Condolence After Loss of a Loved One in the ICU

Nancy Kentish-Barnes 1 Zoé Cohen-Solal 1 Virginie Souppart 1 Marion Galon 1 Benoit Champigneulle 2 Marina Thirion Marion Gilbert 3 Olivier Lesieur Anne Renault 4 Maïté Garrouste-Orgeas 5 Laurent Argaud 6 Marion Venot 1 Alexandre Demoule 7, 8 Olivier Guisset 9 Isabelle Vinatier 10, 11 Gilles Troché 12 Julien Massot 13 Samir Jaber 14, 15 Caroline Bornstain 16 Véronique Gaday 17 René Robert 18, 19 Jean-Philippe Rigaud 20 Raphaël Cinotti 21 Melanie Adda 22 François Thomas 23 Élie Azoulay 24, 1
Abstract : Family members of patients who die in the ICU often remain with unanswered questions and suffer from lack of closure. A letter of condolence may help bereaved relatives, but little is known about their experience of receiving such a letter. The objective of the study was to understand bereaved family members' experience of receiving a letter of condolence.
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Critical Care Medicine, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2017, 45 (12), pp.1965 - 1971. 〈10.1097/CCM.0000000000002687〉
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Nancy Kentish-Barnes, Zoé Cohen-Solal, Virginie Souppart, Marion Galon, Benoit Champigneulle, et al.. “It Was the Only Thing I Could Hold Onto, But…”: Receiving a Letter of Condolence After Loss of a Loved One in the ICU. Critical Care Medicine, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2017, 45 (12), pp.1965 - 1971. 〈10.1097/CCM.0000000000002687〉. 〈hal-01757302〉

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