Palliative Care with the Buddhism traditions in Semi-Urban Context

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Saisamon Chaleoykitti
Nuntikan Klinchet

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According to the meaning in the dictionary of the Royal Institute, support means be careful, to support maintenance, and be will cherished. Palliative Care: Therefore, it means taking care of patients who cannot be cured, and it is estimated to have less than 1 year of life remaining cautiously. This academic article aims to explain palliative care with the Buddhism traditions in Semi-Urban context to have a good quality of life according to the Buddhist way (Buddhism). Palliative Care is based on Dharma to understand things called the trinity. There are tree categories: impermanent (absolute impermanence), every prison (suffering) and soulless (non-self) where nurses play a role in caring. A nurse is an advocate for patients and family confident in palliative care and takes the heart of caring for the sick and those who are leaving peacefully.

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Chaleoykitti S, Klinchet N. Palliative Care with the Buddhism traditions in Semi-Urban Context. JNPCPRU [Internet]. 2023 Jan. 5 [cited 2024 Jun. 22];1(1):21-7. Available from: https://he03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JNPCPRU/article/view/950
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Saisamon Chaleoykitti, The Royal Thai Army Nursing College

 

 

Nuntikan Klinchet, The Royal Thai Army Nursing College

 

 

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