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Category list : Palliative care

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  • Therapeutic careSubscription

    Clinical7 September, 2000

    VOL: 96, ISSUE: 36, PAGE NO: 39 Mave Salter, MSc, RN, is clinical nurse specialist, community liaison, at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, Surrey

  • A framework for nursing the dying patient in ICUSubscription

    Clinical18 January, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 03, PAGE NO: 36 Jane Eastland, BSc, RGN, DPSN, is specialist nurse in anticoagulation at Wansbeck General Hospital in Ashington, Northumberland John Laurenson, MB, ChB, MRCP, FRCA, is consultant anaesthetics and lead clinician in ITU at Wansbeck General Hospital in Ashington, Northumberland;Sandra Latimer, RGN, was a senior staff nurse in ICU and is now transport coordinator, Newcastle upon Tyne Hopitals NHS Trust

  • Community palliative care: the evolving role of Macmillan nursesSubscription

    Clinical22 March, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 12, PAGE NO: 38 Alison Hill, MSc, RGN, DipHV, is service development manager, Macmillan Cancer Relief

  • Better quality of care for UGI cancer patientsSubscription

    Clinical22 March, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 12, PAGE NO: 36

  • Expanding the remit of palliative careSubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 21, PAGE NO: 38

  • Dying with dignitySubscription

    Clinical16 August, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 33, PAGE NO: 36

  • A nurse-led service to provide palliative care in the communitySubscription

    Clinical1 October, 2001

    Margaret McGovern, RN.

  • Acting on dilemmas in palliative careSubscription

    Clinical6 December, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 49, PAGE NO: 37Mezzi Franklin, RN, SCM, DN, is a Macmillan clinical nurse specialist, North Devon District Hospital, BarnstapleCaring for a dying patient can give nurses a real sense of fulfilment if they feel they have helped to achieve a dignified death and comforted the family. But too often this does not happen because the pressures of work limit the time that nurses can spend at the patient's side (Dunne and Sullivan, 2000).

  • Applying clinical governance in hospice careSubscription

    Clinical13 December, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 50, PAGE NO: 38

  • Let death teach you about lifeSubscription

    Clinical17 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 03, PAGE NO: 33Phil Barker, PhD, RNThese days, I find myself attending more funerals than weddings. Obituary columns offer fleeting glimpses of my lost youth and I hear echoes of lives lived.

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