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Here some examples of the articles listed in this page :
- How can informal caregivers in cancer and palliative care be supported? An updated systematic literature review of interventions and their effectiveness
- Haematological malignancy: are patients appropriately referred for specialist palliative and hospice care? A systematic review and meta-analysis of published data.
- Using maps and funnel plots to explore variation in place of death from cancer within London, 2002–2007
- The clinical epidemiology of depression in palliative care and the predictive value of somatic symptoms: Cross-sectional survey with four-week follow-up
- Variation in the use of palliative radiotherapy at end of life: Examining demographic, clinical, health service, and geographic factors in a population-based study
- Antidepressants for the treatment of depression in palliative care: systematic review and meta-analysis
- Barriers to the development of palliative care in Western Europe
- A formal feasibility study of sublingual methadone for breakthrough cancer pain
- Brief DVD-based educational intervention for patients with cancer pain: feasibility study
- Caring for someone with high-grade glioma: a time of rapid change for caregivers
- The growth and development of research in palliative care: a personal odyssey and reminiscence of people, places and ideas (The Vittorio Ventafridda lecture)
- Access to therapeutic opioid medications in Europe by 2011? Fifty years on from the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs
- The quality of dying and death: a systematic review of measures
- The intravenous to oral relative milligram potency ratio of morphine during chronic dosing in cancer pain
- EAPC recommended framework for the use of sedation in palliative care