Thursday, 19 March 2009

International Journal of Palliative Nursing Vol 15 No 2 2009

Link to full text of journal
p. 55
Are your shoelaces shortening?.
Nyatanga, B.
pp. 56-57
Broadcasting death and the legality of assisted suicide: are they the antithesis to palliative care?.
Smyth, D.
pp. 58-65
Exploring the causes, assessment and management of constipation in palliative care.
Brown, E.; Henderson, A.; McDonagh, A.
pp. 66-73
Phase 1 of an investigation into the levels of stress in United Kingdom hospice services.
Hackett, A.; Palmer, S.; Farrants, J.
pp. 74-79
The meaning of Friday afternoon tea for informal caregivers on a palliative care unit.
Parsons, S.; Anderson, C.
pp. 80-85
Understanding patients' lived experience following photodynamic therapy for the treatment of advanced cancer.
Walker, G.; Andrew, J.
pp. 86-93
Developing spiritual and religious care competencies in practice: pilot of a Marie Curie blended learning event.
Smith, T.; Gordon, T.
pp. 94-100
Recognizing the importance of palliative care skills for community matrons.
Bowler, M.; Mayne, G.; Gamlin, R.

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