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Characteristics of patients with cancer who die by suicide: Coronial case series in an Aus..
Timing of palliative care referral and aggressive cancer care toward the end-of-life in pa..
Does implementation matter if comprehension is lacking? A qualitative investigation into p..
"Life Within the Person Comes to The Fore": Pastoral Workers' Practice Wisdom on Using Art..
A Website Supporting Sensitive Religious and Cultural Advance Care Planning (ACPTalk): For..
Displaying the 81 most recent scholarly works by Clare O'Callaghan.
Palliative Caregivers' Spirituality, Views About Spiritual Care, and Associations With Spiritual Well-Being: A Mixed Methods Study
Clare O'Callaghan, Davinia Seah, Josephine M Clayton, Martina Welz, David Kissane, Ekavi N Georgousopoulou, Natasha Michael
Journal article | 2019 | American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®
Timing of palliative care referral and aggressive cancer care toward the end-of-life in pancreatic cancer: a retrospective, single-center observational study
Natasha Michael, Greta Beale, Clare O'Callaghan, Adelaide Melia, William DeSilva, Daniel Costa, David Kissane, Jeremy Shapiro, Richard Hiscock
Journal article | 2019 | BMC Palliative Care
Does implementation matter if comprehension is lacking? A qualitative investigation into perceptions of advance care planning in people with cancer
Anna Ugalde, Clare O'Callaghan, Clem Byard, Samantha Brean, Jenelle MacKay, Anna Boltong, Sondra Davoren, Deborah Lawson, Phillip Parente, Natasha Michael, Patricia Livingston
Journal article | 2018 | Supportive Care in Cancer
"Life Within the Person Comes to The Fore": Pastoral Workers' Practice Wisdom on Using Arts in Palliative Care
Clare O'Callaghan, Libby Byrne, Eleni Cokalis, David Glenister, Margaret Santilli, Rose Clark, Therese McCarthy, Natasha Michael
Journal article | 2018 | American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®
Nature-based supportive care opportunities: a conceptual framework.
Sarah Blaschke, Clare C O'Callaghan, Penelope Schofield
Journal article | 2018 | BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care
OBJECTIVE: Given preliminary evidence for positive health outcomes related to contact with nature for cancer populations, research..
"I might not have cancer if you didn't mention it": a qualitative study on information needed by culturally diverse cancer survivors
Clare O'Callaghan, Penelope Schofield, Phyllis Butow, Linda Nolte, Melanie Price, Spiri Tsintziras, Ming Sze, Thida Thein, Dorothy Yiu, Shab Mireskandari, David Goldstein, Michael Jefford
Journal article | 2016 | Supportive Care in Cancer
'What is this active surveillance thing?' Men's and partners' reactions to treatment decision making for prostate cancer when active surveillance is the recommended treatment option
Clare O'Callaghan, Tracey Dryden, Amelia Hyatt, Joanne Brooker, Sue Burney, Addie C Wootten, Alan White, Mark Frydenberg, Declan Murphy, Scott Williams, Penelope Schofield
Journal article | 2014 | Psycho-Oncology
Effect of self-selected music on adults' anxiety and subjective experiences during initial radiotherapy treatment: A randomised controlled trial and qualitative research
Clare O'Callaghan, Michael Sproston, Kate Wilkinson, David Willis, Alvin Milner, Denise Grocke, Greg Wheeler
Journal article | 2012 | Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology
Effect of music therapy on oncologic staff bystanders: a substantive grounded theory.
Clare O'Callaghan, Lucanne Magill
Journal article | 2009 | Palliative & Supportive Care
OBJECTIVE: Oncologic work can be satisfying but also stressful, as staff support patients and families through harsh treatment eff..
Effect of dietary salt supplementation on albumin excretion rate (AER) response to angiotensin receptor blockade /- thiazide therapy in hypertensive patients with type 2 diabetes and increased AER
EI Ekinci, G Thomas, B Chappell, R MacIsaac, C Johnson, C Houlihan, H Hao, S Finch, S Panagiotopoulos, C O'Callaghan, G Jerums
Conference Proceedings | 2008 | DIABETOLOGIA
Lullament: lullaby and lament therapeutic qualities actualized through music therapy.
Journal article | 2008 | American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®
Lullabies and laments promote new awareness, enculturation, adaptation, and grief expression. These concepts' relevance to palliat..
Practical problems and resource implications with the use of warfarin for venous thromboembolism in patients with cancer.
PG Morris, C Davenport, D O'dwyer, C O'callaghan, OS Breathnach, L Grogan
Journal article | 2007 | Irish Journal of Medical Science
BACKGROUND: Oral anticoagulants present multiple practical problems for patients undergoing chemotherapy. To assess the practice i..
Clinical issues: music therapy in an adult cancer inpatient treatment setting.
Journal article | 2006 | Journal of the Society for Integrative Oncology
The adult oncology inpatient music therapy program at Peter MacCallum Cancer Center, which is Australia's only hospital solely ded..