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A gap between the philosophy and the practice of palliative healthcare: sociological perspectives on the practice of nurses in specialised palliative homecare
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A gap between the philosophy and the practice of palliative healthcare: sociological perspectives on the practice of nurses in specialised palliative homecare

Glasdam, Stinne ; Ekstrand, Frida ; Rosberg, Maria ; van der Schaaf, Ann-Margrethe

Medicine, health care, and philosophy, 2019-08-05, Vol.23 (1), p.141-152

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Factors influencing GPs’ perception of specialised palliative homecare (SPHC) importance – results of a cross-sectional study
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Factors influencing GPs’ perception of specialised palliative homecare (SPHC) importance – results of a cross-sectional study

Stichling, K ; Krause, M ; Ditscheid, B ; Hach, M ; Jansky, M ; Kaufmann, M ; Lehmann, T ; Meißner, W ; Nauck, F ; Schneider, W ; Schulz, S ; Vollmar, H. C ; Wedding, U ; Bleidorn, J ; Freytag, A

BMC palliative care, 2020-12, Vol.19 (1), p.1-117 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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"Picking up the pieces"-Meanings of receiving home nursing care when being old and living with advanced cancer in a rural area
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"Picking up the pieces"-Meanings of receiving home nursing care when being old and living with advanced cancer in a rural area

Devik, Siri Andreassen ; Hellzen, Ove ; Enmarker, Ingela

International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being, 2015-01-01, Vol.10 (1), p.28382-28382 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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