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  • Advanced and expanded roles in palliative care nursing. 

    Kennedy, Catriona; Connolly, Michael (Open University Press https://www.mheducation.co.uk/9780335261628-emea-palliative-care-nursing-principles-and-evidence-for-practice-group, 2018-05-16)
    KENNEDY, C. and CONNOLLY, M. 2018. Advanced and expanded roles in palliative care nursing. In Walshe, C., Preston, N. and Johnston, B. (eds.) Palliative care nursing. 3rd ed. London: Open University Press [online], chapter 14. Available from: https://www.mheducation.co.uk/9780335261628-emea-palliative-care-nursing-principles-and-evidence-for-practice-group
    This chapter explores contemporary issues around advanced practice nursing roles and their contributions to palliative care. Our approach here is to consider advanced practice as a generic term which includes clinical nurse ...
  • Family carers' preferences for support when caring for a family member at the end of life at home: an integrative literature review. 

    Larsson, Maria; Lee, Siew Hwa; Grov, Ellen Karine; Hov, Reidun; Wilde-Larsson, Bodil; Olsson, Cecilia; Bjuresäter, Kaisa; Kennedy, Catriona (2018-10-02)
    LARSSON, M., LEE, S.H., GROV, E.K., HOV. R., WILDE-LARSSON, B., OLSSON,C., BJURESÄTER, K and KENNEDY, C. 2018. Family carers' preferences for support when caring for a family member at the end of life at home: an integrative literature review. Presented at the 22nd International congress on palliative care (PAL 2018), 2-5 October 2018, Montreal, Canada.
    Approximately 60% of people wish to die at home and across Europe there are an estimated 100 million family carers meeting the needs of loved ones at the end of life. Family carers have unmet health and social care needs ...
  • Using art and literature as educational resources in palliative care. 

    Lawton, S.; McKie, Andrew (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jmh.2009.001909, 2009-12)
    LAWTON, S. and MCKIE, A., 2009. Using art and literature as educational resources in palliative care. Medical Humanities, 35 (2), pp. 120-122.
    This case study outlines a staff seminar programme that used art and literature as vehicles to explore personal and professional dimensions of palliative care. Participating staff found the learning experience interesting ...