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On SAGE Insight: Assaulted and Unheard: Violence Against Healthcare Staff

From NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy The prevalence of violence in healthcare is reported to be greater than in other occupational settings. Research has found, for example, that nurses are subjected to more acts of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: What can we learn from the case of Charlie Gard? Perspectives from an inter-disciplinary panel discussio

From Nursing Ethics There are many lessons learnt from the case of Charlie Gard, a positive learning point that emerges from the case is the importance of a multi-lens approach. The case involved differences of opinion regarding what was in … Continue reading

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How effective is the Liverpool Care Pathway on the quality of end-of-life care provided to adult cancer patients during their last week of life in hospital?

The Liverpool Care Pathway for cancer patients dying in hospital medical wards: A before–after cluster phase II trial of outcomes reported by family members From Palliative Medicine Death in hospital remains very common for cancer patients in developed countries. Although … Continue reading

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