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Predicting palliative care needs and mortality in end stage renal disease: use of an at-risk register
Evaluating a complex system-wide intervention using the difference in differences method: the Delivering Choice Programme
What do Canadians think of advanced care planning? Findings from an online opinion poll
Advance care planning discussions among residents of long term care and designated assisted living: experience from Calgary, Alberta
‘Not yet’ and ‘Just ask’: barriers and facilitators to advance care planning—a qualitative descriptive study of the perspectives of seriously ill, older patients and their families
Advance care planning in people with early cognitive impairment
Factors affecting the successful implementation and sustainability of the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients: a realist evaluation
Implementation of a quality improvement programme to support advance care planning in five hospitals across a health region
Supporting patients with uncertain recovery: the use of the AMBER care bundle in an acute hospital
Grumpy old ethicist
To One Shortly to Die
DANCING TO A DIFFERENT TUNE: LIVING AND DYING WITH CANCER, ORGAN FAILURE AND PHYSICAL FRAILTY
THE USE OF MEDICATIONS IN THE LAST 24 HOURS OF LIFE IN THE ACUTE HOSPITAL SETTING—A DESCRIPTIVE COMPARISON OF CANCER AND NON CANCER PATIENTS USING DATA FROM THE NATIONAL CARE OF THE DYING AUDIT HOSPITALS—ENGLAND (NCDAH) 2013/14
CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY/STABILITY OF ALFENTANIL WITH COMMONLY USED SUPPORTIVE DRUG COMBINATIONS ADMINISTERED BY CONTINUOUS SUBCUTANEOUS INFUSIONS FOR END OF LIFE CARE
PHASE 2 RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF FUTURE CARE PLANNING IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED HEART DISEASE
TRAINING AND SUPPORT FOR A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH TO SUPPORTING FAMILY CARERS: A FUTURE DIRECTION TO ACHIEVE IMPROVED OUTCOMES IN PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE
USING SCHWARTZ CENTRE ROUNDS TO CHANGE HOSPICE CULTURE: DOES IT WORK?
MARIE CURIE COMPANIONS AT MUSGROVE PARK HOSPITAL
A STUDY TO ASSESS THE USE AND COMPLETION OF THE ELECTRONIC KEY INFORMATION SUMMARY (KIS) AT THE POINT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSION FOR PATIENTS AT RISK OF DETERIORATION OR DYING
DO FLAGGING LETTERS FROM HOSPITAL PALLIATIVE CARE TEAMS IMPROVE COMMUNITY CARE OF PATIENTS APPROACHING END OF LIFE?
TRANSFORMING PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE SERVICES THROUGH A WHOLE SYSTEMS APPROACH
“THE ICECAP-SCM TELLS YOU MORE ABOUT WHAT I'M GOING THROUGH”—MEASURING THE QUALITY OF LIFE AMONGST PATIENTS RECEIVING SUPPORTIVE AND PALLIATIVE CARE
A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF BARRIERS TO FUTURE CARE DISCUSSIONS WITH FAMILY MEMBERS OF CARE HOME RESIDENTS WITH ADVANCED DEMENTIA
WHY IS INTEGRATED CARE NOT WORKING IN END OF LIFE CARE FOR THOSE WITH ADVANCED DEMENTIA? FROM THE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVE
CANOPY: CARE NEEDS OF PATIENTS WITH IDIOPATHIC PULMONARY FIBROSIS AND THEIR CARERS
ENABLING PATIENT-CENTRED CARE IN ADVANCED COPD: IDENTIFYING CARE AND SUPPORT NEEDS
THE FUTURE OF DATA COLLECTION IN PALLIATIVE CARE PRACTICE
RELATIVES' PREFERRED PLACE OF CARE AT THE END-OF-LIFE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE IN THE FUTURE
CONDUCTING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH INTERVIEWS WITH PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE PATIENTS IN THE HOME SETTING; REFLECTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM AN ACADEMIC PALLIATIVE CARE RESEARCH CENTRE
MARIE CURIE PALLIATIVE CARE DEMENTIA SERVICE—AN EVALUATION OF PROCESSES, OUTCOMES AND IMPACT AFTER THE FIRST YEAR OF OPERATION
INCREASING COMPLEXITY AT THE END OF LIFE IN PEOPLE WHO DIED FROM CANCER AGED 85 YEARS OR OLDER, ENGLAND 2001-2012
USE OF APREPITANT AS AN ANTIEMETIC IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS PATIENTS
THE EXPERIENCES OF CAREGIVERS OF PATIENTS WITH DELIRIUM AND THEIR ROLE IN ITS MANAGEMENT IN A PALLIATIVE CARE SETTING
IS SOCIAL MEDIA SHAPING THE FUTURE OF PALLIATIVE CARE RESEARCH: EXPERIENCE OF THE EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN A PALLIATIVE CARE RESEARCH CENTRE
INTERNATIONAL PALLIATIVE CARE JOURNAL CLUB ON TWITTER: EXPERIENCE SO FAR