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Palliative Care

Managing delirium in terminally ill patients: perspective of palliative care nurse specialists

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..

Aims, actions and advance care planning by district nurses providing palliative care: an ethnographic observational study

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...

Palliative care for chronic respiratory disease: integrated care in outpatient settings

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...

Death and dying in the community in 2020: what's different?

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,...

Palliative care for community patients diagnosed with dementia: a systematic review

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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