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How should end-of-life advance care planning discussions be conducted according to patients and informal carers? A qualitative review of reviews

How should end-of-life Advance Care Planning discussions be conducted according to patients and informal carers?


Author(s): Hall A, Rowland C & Grande G

Journal: Science Direct, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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Preventing pressure ulcers in nursing homes using a care bundle: A feasibility study
Financialising acute kidney injury: from the practices of care to the numbers of improvement
Satisfaction with a digitally-enabled telephone health coaching intervention for people with non-diabetic hyperglycaemia
What factors affect clinical decision-making about access to stroke rehabilitation? A systematic review
What influences decisions about ongoing stroke rehabilitation for patients with pre-existing dementia or cognitive impairment: a qualitative study?
A qualitative study of professional stakeholders’ perceptions about the implementation of a stepped care pain platform for people experiencing chronic widespread pain
Selective permeability of boundaries in a knowledge brokering team

Cross CLAHRC GM Research


Author(s): Kislov R

Journal: Public Administration


Work completed under CLAHRC GM

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Psychological morbidity and general health among family caregivers during end-of-life cancer care: A retrospective census survey
Learning from the emergence of NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs): a systematic review of evaluations
Tailoring lifestyle interventions to lowsocio-economic populations: a qualitativestudy
Strategies, facilitators and barriers to implementation of evidence-based practice in community nursing: a systematic mixed-studies review and qualitative synthesis
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