Log in | Register

Prevalence and predictors of severe grief reactions and desire for support following a death in the intensive care unit: a multicentre observational study

James Downar| Ellen Koo| Amanda Roze des Ordons| Orla Smith| Deborah Cook| Eyal Golan| Sarah Hales| George Tomlinson| Csilla Kalocsai| Derek Strachan| Christopher MacKinnon| Tasnim Sinuff
Letter
Volume 44, Issue 4 / April , 2018

Pages 521 - 522

No abstract available.

References

  1. Kentish-Barnes N, Chaize M, Seegers V et al (2015) Complicated grief after death of a relative in the intensive care unit. Eur Respir J 45(5):1341–1352
    • View reference on publisher's website
    • View reference on PubMed
  2. Boelen PA, Prigerson H (2012) Commentary to the inclusion of Persistent Complex Bereavement-Related Disorder in DSM-5. Death Stud 36:24
    • View reference on publisher's website
  3. Cuthbertson SJ, Margetts MA, Streat SJ (2000) Bereavement follow-up after critical illness. Crit Care Med 28(4):1196–1201
    • View reference on publisher's website
    • View reference on PubMed
  4. Downar J, Barua R, Sinuff T (2014) The desirability of an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Clinician-Led Bereavement Screening and Support Program for Family Members of ICU Decedents (ICU Bereave). J Crit Care. 29(2):311.e9–311.e16
    • View reference on publisher's website
  5. Mancini AD, Griffin P, Bonanno GA (2012) Recent trends in the treatment of prolonged grief. Curr Opin Psychiatry 25(1):46–51
    • View reference on publisher's website
    • View reference on PubMed

Sign In

Connect with ICM

Top 5 Articles Editors Picks Supplement