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                             15 results found
no title author magazine year volume issue page(s) type
1 An evaluation of the implementation of a programme to improve end-of-life care in nursing homes Badger, F
2009
23 6 p. 502-511
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2 An evaluation of two decision-making scales for children with life-limiting illnesses Knapp, C
2009
23 6 p. 518-525
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3 An integrated model of provision of palliative care to patients with cystic fibrosis Bourke, SJ
2009
23 6 p. 512-517
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4 Are end-of-life patient education materials readable? Ache, KA
2009
23 6 p. 545-548
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5 End-of-life decisions in the UK: a response to van der Heide and colleagues Seale, C
2009
23 6 p. 567-568
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6 End-of-life decisions in the United Kingdom van der Heide, Agnes
2009
23 6 p. 565-566
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7 End-of-life decisions in the United Kingdom involving medical practitioners and legalisation of euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide: survey of doctors’ attitudes Grogan, E
2009
23 6 p. 569-569
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8 Liverpool care pathway carers survey Mullick, A
2009
23 6 p. 571-572
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9 Methodological review: measured and reported congruence between preferred and actual place of death Bell, CL
2009
23 6 p. 482-490
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10 Symptoms and problems in a nationally representative sample of advanced cancer patients Johnsen, AT
2009
23 6 p. 491-501
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11 The supportive and palliative care needs of Australian families of children who die from cancer Monterosso, L
2009
23 6 p. 526-536
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12 The use of artificial nutrition among cancer patients enrolled in palliative home care services Orrevall, Y
2009
23 6 p. 556-564
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13 ‘They’re part of the team’: participant evaluation of the ACTIVE intervention Oliver, DP
2009
23 6 p. 549-555
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14 UK doctors’ attitudes to the legalisation of assisted suicide Lee, W
2009
23 6 p. 570-570
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15 “We will remember them”: a mixed-method study to explore which post-funeral remembrance activities are most significant and important to bereaved people living with loss, and why those particular activities are chosen Vale-Taylor, P
2009
23 6 p. 537-544
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