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A study aiming to outline and apply an evaluation framework for examining how and when electronic documentation of advance care planning is occurring in end of life care services.
Objective: For patients with advanced cancer, several randomised controlled trials have shown that access to palliative care at least 6 months before death can improve symptoms, reduce unplanned hospital admissions, minimise ..
Our aim is to improve the management of cancer pain for palliative care patients living at home and their carers.
The aims of the research are to evaluate the current use of EPaCCS in Leeds, explore whether there have been any changes in documentation of end of life care preferences ..
The aim of this study is to understand patients' and carers' experiences of using the Self Management Support Tool (SMST) in partnership with their community palliative care nurse.
Aim: To establish the relationship between timing and intensity of specialist palliative care (SPC) and a series of quality markers for end of life care.
To assess the effectiveness of drug therapy for treating symptoms of anxiety in adults with a progressive life-limiting illness who are thought to be in their last year of life.
Introduction: For patients with advanced cancer, research shows that pain is frequent, burdensome and undertreated. Evidence-based approaches to support cancer pain management have been developed but have not been implemented ..