This was a qualitative study with face-to-face semi-structured interviews. The setting was a specialist community palliative care team working from a hospice base in Lothian, Scotland..
The aim of this study was to investigate the role of the district nurse in palliative care provision, with a particular focus on observational exploration of their role and practice in providing...
Patients diagnosed with pulmonary-related cancers enter well-established care pathways (Lung Clinical Expert Group, 2017) to receive MDT support. Ultimately, and from clinical experience, as the...
Caring for dying patients presents a range of challenges, from symptom control or management and effective communication to managing the patient's psychological concerns, which are, in themselves,...
This qualitative systematic review explores the evidence surrounding the views of health professionals working in the community who provide palliative care to patients diagnosed with dementia..
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