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Nurse Kristen, I have decided to stop my chemo treatments. I feel this is best for me, because I am so tired. My daughter will not be happy with this, so I am worried.
Don't worry Mr. Bass. I will speak with your daughter and explain your decision. Try to get some rest.
I just don't understand why he wants to give up this fight. It's not over. I won't let him quit. I will find another way.
Mrs. Lowe, your dad is so tired, and the best thing we can do for him is to support his wishes and make him as comfortable as we can. He is exhausted from this long battle, and has decided to quit chemo.
Thank you nurse Kristen for talking to my daughter. I can now have peace with my decision here forward.
You're welcome Mr. Bass. If either of you two have questions please don't hesitate to ask. I will give ya'll time alone now.
Dad, I'm sorry I was so against your decisions. After talking to your nurse, I realize that you are really tired, and I support you and will be by your side.
Nurse as a patient advocate in hospital setting
As the patient's advocate, the nurse is being his "voice" and is supporting his decisions to stop chemo therapy. The nurse is explaining the patient's decision to his daughter as a patient advocate.
As a patient advocate in the hospital setting, the nurse needs to communicate the patient's decisions to the family and other health care professionals.
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