Monday, 9 November 2009

International Journal of Palliative Nursing Vol 15 No 8 2009

p. 367
Advocating palliative nursing.
Downing, J.
pp. 368-371
Extending knowledge of terror management theory to improve palliative nursing practice.
Stevens, E.
pp. 372-376
Evaluating the use of the Cleo 90 infusion set for patients on a palliative care unit.
Schneider, M.; Hoffmann, M.; Lorenzl, S.
pp. 377-383
A review of paediatric palliative care in nursing education in Latin America.
Bishop, K.; Mele, N.; Koppmann, M.J.E.; Day, S.
pp. 384-388
The implementation of an end-of-life integrated care pathway in a Chinese population.
Lo, S.-H.; Chan, C.-Y.; Chan, C.-H.; Sze, W.-k. et al
pp. 389-395
Palliative respite services using nursing staff reduces hospitalization of patients and improves acceptance among carers.
Barrett, M.; Wheatland, B.; Haselby, P.; Larson, A.; Kristjanson, L.; Whyatt, D.
pp. 396-404
Enteral tube feeding in older people with advanced dementia: Findings from a Cochrane systematic review.
Candy, B.; Sampson, E.L.; Jones, L.
pp. 405-411
Core attitudes of professionals in palliative care: A qualitative study.
Simon, S.T.; Ramsenthaler, C.; Bausewein, C.; Krischke, N.; Geiss, G.

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