Litteratursøgning 2016-17

Der er gennemført en litteratursøgning i 2016 i flere bibliografiske databaser. Litteratursøgningen danner baggrund for den anden udgave af Designprincipper for Lindrende Arkitektur(2017).


Litteratursøgningen er gennemført som en systematisk søgning og havde fokus på betydningen af de fysiske omgivelser for mennesker ramt af livstruende sygdom.

De udvalgte artikler bygger alle på forskningsstudier, som hviler på både kvalitative og kvantitative metoder. Alle studierne er i opdateringen af designprincipperne i 2017.


Artikler fra litteratursøgningen (2016-17)


Abbott, K. H., Sago, J. G., Breen, C. M., Abernethy, A. P., & Tulsky, J. A. 2001. Families looking back: one year after discussion of withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining support. Crit Care Med, 29(1), 197-201.

Beckstrand, R. L., Giles, V. C., Luthy, K. E., Callister, L. C., & Heaston, S. 2012. The Last Frontier: Rural Emergency Nurses’ Perceptions of End-of-Life Care Obstacles. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing, 38(5), e15-25 11p. doi:10.1016/j.jen.2012.01.003

Beckstrand, R. L., & Kirchhoff, K. T. 2005. Providing end-of-life care to patients: critical care nurses’ perceived obstacles and supportive behaviors. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (5), 395 – 403.

Beckstrand, R. L., Rasmussen, R. J., Luthy, K. E., & Heaston, S. 2012b. Emergency Nurses’ Perception of Department Design as an Obstacle to Providing End-of-Life Care, Journal of Emergency Nursing, 38(5), e27-e32.

Beckstrand, R. L., Smith, M. D., Heaston, S., & Bond, A. E. 2008. Emergency nurses’ perceptions of size, frequency, and magnitude of obstacles and supportive behaviors in end-of-life care. J Emerg Nurs, 34(4), 290-300.

Beckstrand, R. L., Wood, R. D., Callister, L. C., Luthy, K. E., & Heaston, S. 2012c. Emergency Nurses’ Suggestions for Improving End-of-Life Care Obstacles. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing, 38(5), e7-e14 11p. doi:10.1016/j.jen.2012.03.008

Bishop, J. 2010. Students grapple with life and death issues. Health estate, 64(9), 47-52.

Brereton, L., Gardiner, C., Gott, M., Ingleton, C., Barnes, S., & Carroll, C. 2012. The hospital environment for end of life care of older adults and their families: an integrative review. J Adv Nurs, 68(5), 981-993.

Broom, A., & Cavenagh, J. 2011. On the meanings and experiences of living and dying in an Australian hospice. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health Illness & Medicine, 15(1), 96-111 116p.

Day, K., Carreon, D., & Stump, C. 2000. The Therapeutic Design of Environments for People With Dementia: A Review of the Empirical Research. The Gerontologist, 40(4), 397-416.

De La Cuesta, C., & Sandelowski, M. 2005. Tenerlos en la casa: The material world and craft of family caregiving for relatives with dementia. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 16(3), 218-225.

Dosser, I. & Kennedy, C. 2012. Family carers’ experiences of support at the end of life: carers’ and health professionals’ views. Int J Palliat Nurs, 18(10), 491-497 497p.

Edvardsson, J. D., Sandman, P., & Rasmussen, B. H. 2005. Sensing an atmosphere of ease: a tentative theory of supportive care settings. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 19(4), 344-353 310p.

Forrester, L. 2008. Bereaved parents’ experiences of the use of ‘cold bedrooms’ following the death of their child, Int J Palliat Nurs, 14(12), 578-585.

Fridh, I., Forsberg, A., & Bergbom, I. 2009. Close relatives’ experiences of caring and of the physical environment when a loved one dies in an ICU. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 25(3), 111-119.

Gardiner, C., Brereton, L., Gott, M., Ingleton, C., & Barnes, S. 2011. Exploring health professionals’ views regarding the optimum physical environment for palliative and end of life care in the acute hospital setting: a qualitative study. BMJ Support Palliat Care, 1(2), 162-166.

Hearson, B., & Sawatzky, J. A. 2008. Sleep disturbance in patients with advanced cancer. Int J Palliat Nurs, 14(1), 30-37.

Heaston, S., Beckstrand, R. L., Bond, A. E., & Palmer, S. P. 2006. Emergency Nurses’ Perceptions of Obstacles and Supportive Behaviors in End-of-Life Care. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 32(6), 477-485.

James, R. 2008. Noise and acoustics in renal units and hospitals. J Ren Care, 34(1), 33-37.

Jelinek, G. A., Marck, C. H., Weiland, T. J., Philip, J., Boughey, M., Weil, J., & Lane, H. 2013. Caught in the middle: Tensions around the emergency department care of people with advanced cancer. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25(2), 154-160 157p.

Kayser-Jones, J., Schell, E., Lyons, W., Kris, A. E., Chan, J., & Beard, R. L. 2003. Factors that influence end-of-life care in nursing homes: The physical environment, inadequate staffing, and lack of supervision. The Gerontologist, 43(SpecIssue2), 76-84.

Kellehear, A., Pugh, E., & Atter, L. 2009. Home away from home? A case study of bedside objects in a hospice. Int J Palliat Nurs, 15(3), 148-152 145p.

Lowton, K. 2009. ‘A bed in the middle of nowhere’: parents’ meanings of place of death for adults with cystic fibrosis. Social Science & Medicine, 69(7), 1056-1062 1057p.

Marquardt, G., Bueter, K., & Motzek, T. 2014. Impact of the design of the built environment on people with dementia: an evidence-based review, [7]. Herd, 8(1), 127-157.

McCallum, A., & Mcconigley, R. 2013. Nurses’ perceptions of caring for dying patients in an open critical care unit: a descriptive exploratory study. Int J Palliat Nurs, 19(1), 25-30.

Midson, R., & Carter, B. 2010. Addressing end of life care issues in a tertiary treatment centre: lessons learned from surveying parents’ experiences. Journal of Child Health Care, 14(1), 52-66 15p.

Moore, A., Carter, B., Hunt, A., & Sheikh, K. 2013. ‘I am closer to this place’–space, place and notions of home in lived experiences of hospice day care. Health Place, 19, 151-158.

Nelson, E. C, Mohr J. J., Batalden, P. B., Plume S. K. 1996. Improving health care, Part 1: The clinical value compass, Jt Comm J Qual Improv. 1996 Apr; 22(4) 243-258.

Pierce, S. F. 1999. Improving end-of-life care: gathering suggestions from family members. Nurs Forum, 34(2), 5-14.

Rasmussen, B. H., & Edvardsson, D. 2007. The influence of environment in palliative care: supporting or hindering experiences of ‘at-homeness’. Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession, 27(1), 119-131 113p.

Rigby, J., Payne, S., & Froggatt, K. 2010. Review: what evidence is there about the specific environmental needs of older people who are near the end of life and are cared for in hospices or similar institutions? A literature review. Palliativ Med, 24(3), 268-285.

Rowlands, J., & Noble, S. 2008. How does the environment impact on the quality of life of advanced cancer patients? A qualitative study with implications for ward design. Palliat Med, 22(6), 768-774

Schfield, P., & Payne, S. 2003. A pilot study into the use of a multisensory environment (Snoezelen) within a palliative day-care setting. Int J Palliat Nurs, 9(3), 124-130 126p.

Slatyer, S., Pienaar, C., Williams, A. M., Proctor, K., & Hewitt, L. 2015. Finding privacy from a public death: a qualitative exploration of how a dedicated space for end-of-life care in an acute hospital impacts on dying patients and their families. J Clin Nurs, 24(15/16), 2164-2174 2111p.

Stenekes, S. J., Ens, C. D. L., Harlos, M., Chochinov, H. M., & Mytopher, K. 2014. A Descriptive Study Evaluating Perinatal Healthcare Providers’ Perspectives of Palliative Programming in 3 Canadian Institutions. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, 28(4), 280-289 210p.

Stormberg, M., W. 2009. Guest at hospice: time for consideration. Am J Hosp Palliat Care, 26(4), 277-280.

Torrington, J. 2009. The design of technology and environments to support enjoyable activity for people with dementia. Alter, 3(2), 123-137

Zomorodi, M. & Bowen, G. L. 2010. Value-behavior congruency when providing end-of-life care in the intensive care unit. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 12(5), 295-302 298p.