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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMOR STYLE AND DEATH ANXIETY OF PALLIATIVE CARE PATIENTS
International Journal of Health Services Research and Policy
This descriptive and relational study was conducted to examine the relationship between palliative care patients' humor styles and death anxiety. The study sample consisted of 282 palliative care patients treated in the palliative care clinics of a training and research hospital between January 2021 and August 2021. Personal Information Form, Humor Styles Questionnaire, Thorson-Powell Death Anxiety Scale, and Palliative Performance Scale were used as data collection instruments. Data analysisdoi:10.33457/ijhsrp.996104 fatcat:ndzaibontjgtbekn4wo655kd2a