Providing a palliative care service : towards an evidence base
Addressing key questions about the need for palliative care, the current provision of services and the evidence for the effectiveness of a range of alternative methods of organisation in palliative care, this provides a base for policy decisions
eBook, English, ©1999
Oxford University Press, Oxford, ©1999
1 online resource (ix, 276 pages)
9780192629913, 9780191730153, 0192629913, 0191730157
Aims and objectives ; Conduct of the review ; The problems of conducting research in palliative care ; Patterns of use for services ; The need for palliative care ; Models of palliative care ; Costs and benefits ; Contemporary models for palliative care nursing ; Patient and carer satisfaction ; The impact on quality of life ; The wider implications ; Palliative Care in Hospital ; Care for patients with cancer or other conditions ; Implications of the fi ndings for health services ; Bibliography
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Electronic reproduction, [Place of publication not identified], HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010
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