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- CLIENT CENTRED PALLIATIVE REHABILITION: AN EVALUATION OF ITS EFFICACY
- DEVELOPMENT OF A INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE SELF-EFFICACY IN FAMILY CARERS OF PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED CANCER
- Evaluation of oral health care training for carers in residential aged care facilities
- Evaluation of oral health care training for carers of nursing home residents with dementia
- Extending Communication for Patients with Post-Coma Unresponsiveness
- From Suspicion to Intervention : Improving responsiveness to abuse of the elderly in acute and sub-acute health care.
- LIFE THREATENING CANCER ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: EXAMINING THE RELEVANCE OF MUSIC TO PATIENTS AND THEIR COMPANIONS
- OVERSEAS TRAINING FELLOWSHIP: VISUAL PERCEPTION - A WINDOW TO MENTAL HEALTH: AN EEG/MEG & FMRI INVESTIGATION OF THE NEUROBIOLOGICAL BASIS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF BINOCULAR RIVALRY
- PEOPLE WITH CANCER - PERCEPTIONS OF THE ROLE OF THE PRIMARY CARE GENERALIST WITHIN MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM CARE
- Risk factors and outcomes of bereavement
- THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MEANING CENTRED THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED CANCER - AN INTERVENTION STUDY
- The Cabrini Hospital & Order of Malta PhD Scholarship in medical ethics of Palliative medicine
- The Community Palliative Care PhD scholarship for the Practice of Palliative Care in the home or community
Journal Articles Refereed
- "Palliative care: the essentials": evaluation of a multidisciplinary education program.
- 'Would you like to talk about your future treatment options?' - discussing the transition from curative cancer treatment to palliative care
- A conceptual model and key variables for guiding supportive interventions for family caregivers of people receiving palliative care.
- A psycho-educational intervention for family caregivers of patients receiving palliative care: A Randomized controlled trial
- Application to practice guidelines.
- Barriers to effective cancer pain management: a survey of Australian family caregivers
- Barriers to the provision of evidence-based psychosocial care in oncology
- Bereaved Parents' Experiences of Music Therapy with their Terminally III Child
- Caregiving for the terminally ill: at what cost?
- Caregiving in advanced cancer: Lay decision making
- Desire for hastened death in patients with advanced disease and the evidence base of clinical guidelines: a systematic review
- Diabetes management in patients receiving palliative care
- Discourse analysis reframes oncologic music therapy research findings
- Effect of cognitive-existential group therapy on survival in early-stage breast cancer
- Evaluation of a psycho-educational group programme for family caregivers in home-based palliative care
- Exploring documentation of end-of-life care of children with cancer.
- Family caregivers' experiences and involvement with cancer pain management
- Family meetings in palliative care: Multidisciplinary clinical practice guidelines.
- Focus group interviews: a guide for palliative care researchers and clinicians.
- Home caregivers of the person with advanced cancer - An Australian perspective
- Home-based support for palliative care families: challenges and recommendations
- How well do family caregivers cope after caring for a relative with advanced disease and how can health professionals enhance their support?
- Improving access to clinical information in after hours community palliative care
- Inpatient hospice triage of 'after-hours' calls to a community palliative care service.
- Lung cancer: challenges and solutions for supportive care intervention research.
- Meaning in adjustment to cancer: a model of care.
- Measuring the psychosocial characteristics of family caregivers of palliative care patients: Psychometric properties of nine self-report instruments
- Meeting the supportive needs of family caregivers in palliative care: challenges for health professionals.
- Mental health promotion and socio-economic disadvantage: lessons from substance abuse, violence and crime prevention and child health.
- Patients' self-report and family caregivers' perception of quality of life in patients with advanced cancer: how do they compare?
- Place, age, and mode of death of infants and children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome: Implications for medical counselling, psychological counselling, and palliative care
- Positive aspects and challenges associated with caring for a dying relative at home.
- Predicting family caregiver psychosocial functioning in palliative care
- Psychosocial issues for people with advanced cancer: Overcoming the research challenges
- Randomized controlled trials in palliative care: overcoming the obstacles.
- Responding to desire to die statements from patients with advanced disease: recommendations for health professionals
- The effect of music therapy on anxiety in patients who are terminally ill
- The experience of research participation for family caregivers of palliative care cancer patients.
- The overture: Initiating discussion on the role of music therapy in paediatric palliative care
- To what extent does meaning mediate adaptation to cancer? The relationship between physical suffering, meaning in life, and connection to others in adjustment to cancer.
- Unmet needs in cancer patients: development of a supportive needs screening tool (SNST)
- When a child cannot be cured - reflections of health professionals
- Would people with Parkinson's disease benefit from palliative care?
Journal Articles Unrefereed
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters Or Notes
- A time to pause
- An international collaboration for family carer research
- Assessing fatigue and self-care strategies in patients receiving radiotherapy for non-small-cell lung cancer, by Diana Borthwick, Gillian Knowles Shanne McNamara, Rita O'Dea, Paul Stroner European Journal of Oncology Nursing 7(4), 231-241.
- Autonomy and advance care plans: a relationship oversimplified
- Euthanasia - a clinical and professional issue for nurses
- Forgotten voices: Lessons from bereaved caregivers of persons with a brain tumor
- Further considerations regarding discussions around the transition to palliative care
- Palliative care and the family
- Palliative care: new guidelines for psychosocial care
- Specialist palliative care nursing - an oxymoron?
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