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Corner, J. and Bailey, C. (eds.) (2001) Cancer nursing: care in context, Oxford, GB, Blackwell Science, 592pp.
Field, David, Clark, David, Corner, Jessica and Davis, Carol (eds.) (2001) Researching palliative care (facing death), Berkshire, UK, Open University Press, 198pp.
Addington-Hall, J. and Kalra, L. (2001) Who should measure Quality of Life? British Medical Journal, 322, 1417-1420.
Addington-Hall, J. and McPherson, C. (2001) After-death interviews with surrogates/bereaved family members: some issues of validity. Journal of Pain and Sympton Management, 22, (3), 784-790. (doi:10.1016/S0885-3924(01)00330-X).
Bailey, C. (2001) Older patients’ experiences of pre-treatment discussions: an analysis of qualitative data from a study of colorectal cancer. Nursing Times Research, 6, (4), 736-746. (doi:10.1177/136140960100600403).
Bloor, M.B., Frankland, J.L., Thomas, M.T. and Robson, K. (2001) Focus groups in social research: Introducing qualitative methods, London, UK, Sage Publications Ltd, 110pp.
Duke, S. (2001) Nurse consultants and clinical nurse specialists – similarities and differences. In, National Cancer Nurses Conference, London, UK, Nov 2001.
Duke, S. (2001) Nurse consultants and clinical nurse specialists: collaborators or competitors? In, National Cancer Nursing Conference, London, UK, May 2001.
Duke, S. (2001) A quantitative analysis of the development of reflective skills within a palliative care programme over an academic year. At National Cancer Nursing Conference, London, UK, May 2001.
Duke, S. (2001) Virtual palliative care: teams within teams.co.uk. At National Cancer Nursing Conference, London, UK, May 2001.
Edmonds, P., Karlsen, S., Khan, S. and Addington-Hall, J. (2001) A comparison of the palliative care needs of patients dying from chronic respiratory diseases and lung cancer. Palliative Medicine, 15, (4), 287-295. (doi:10.1191/026921601678320278).
Fenlon, D. (2001) Endocrine therapies. In, Corner, J. and Bailey, C. (eds.) Cancer nursing: care in context. Tunbridge Wells, UK, Blackwell Science, 262-278.
Foster, C (2001) Conference Report: 7th European Meeting on Psychosocial Aspects of Genetics. British Society of Human Genetics Newsletter, 17, 8-8.
Foster, C., Eiser, C., Oades, P., Sheldon, C., Tripp, J., Goldman, P., Rice, S. and Trott, J. (2001) Treatment demands and differential treatment of patients with cystic fibrosis and their siblings: patient, parent and sibling accounts. Child: Care, Health & Development, 27, (4), 349-364.
Gabriel, J (2001) Oncology Nursing in Practice, England, Whurr
Gabriel, J. (2001) PICC Securement: minimising potential complications. Nursing Standard, 15, (43), 42-44.
Gabriel, J. (2001) The role of the IV Nurse Specialist. At Oxford IV Conference, Oxford, UK, 2001.
Gabriel, J. (2001) Why the need for clinical guidelines? At Bard Big PICCture Conference, London, UK,
Gwilliam, B. and Bailey, C. (2001) The nature of terminal malignant bowel obstruction and its impact on patients with advanced cancer. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 7, (10), 474-481.
Hopkinson, J.B. and Hallett, C.E. (2001) Patient's perceptions of hospice day care: a phenomenological study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 38, (1), 117-125. (doi:10.1016/S0020-7489(00)00045-6).
Krishnasamy, M., Corner, J., Bredin, M., Plant, H. and Bailey, C. (2001) Cancer nursing practice development: understanding breathlessness. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 10, (1), 103-108.
Maslin-Prothero, S.E. (2001) Enhancing your clinical links and credibility: the role of nurse lecturers and teachers in clinical practice. Nurse Education in Practice, 1, 189-195.
Okamoto, I. (2001) Japanese health cosmology: a study of terminal cancer patients in Japan. Nihon Kenkyu, 37-47.
Okamoto, I. (2001) Japanese health cosmology: the concept of tairyoku and taicho. At Narrative Based Medicine: An Interdisciplinary Conference, British Medical Association, Homerton College, Cambridge University, UK, 03 - 04 Sep 2001.
Okamoto, I. (2001) Japanese health cosmology: the concepts of tairyoku and taicho. In, Japanese Studies Postgraduate Network Seminar, British Association of Japanese Studies, Oxford Brookes University, UK, 28 Jul 2001.
Paci, Eugenio, Miccinesi, Guido, Toscani, Franco, Tamburini, Marcello, Brunelli, Cinzia, Constantini, Massimo, Peruselli, Carlo, Di Giulio, Paola, Gallucci, Michele, Addington-Hall, Julia and Higginson, Irene J. (2001) Quality of life assessment and outcome of palliative care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 21, (3), 179-188. (doi:10.1016/S0885-3924(01)00263-9).
Payne, S., Jarrett, N., Jeffs, D. and Brown, L. (2001) Implications of social isolation during cancer treatment: The implications of residence away from home during cancer treatment on patients’ experiences: a comparative study. Health & Place, 7, (4), 273-282. (doi:10.1016/S1353-8292(01)00018-1).
Richardson, H. (2001) Patient view of palliative day-care. At Faculty of MHBS Post Graduate Conference, London, UK,
Richardson, H. (2001) A Study of Palliative day-care using multiple case studies. At Palliative Care Research Forum for Britain and Ireland, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK, Jun 2001.
Sheldon, Frances, Turner, Pauline and Wee, Bee (2001) The contribution of carers to professional education. In, Payne, Sheila and Ellis-Hill, Caroline (eds.) Chronic and Terminal Illness: New Perspectives on Caring and Carers. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 140-54.
Shipman, C., Addington-Hall, J.M., Barclay, S., Briggs, J., Cox, I., Daniels, L. and Millar, D. (2001) Educational opportunities in palliative care: What do GPs want? Palliative Medicine, 15, (3), 191-196.
Simmonds, R., Sque, M., Goddard, J., Tullett, R. and Mount, J. (2001) Improving access to palliative care services for ethnic minority groups. A report of a study funded by Community Fund. UK, Community Fund, 103pp. (Lottery Money Making a Difference).
Smith, P. (2001) Who is a carer? Experiences of family caregivers in palliative care. In, Payne, S. and Ellis-Hill, C. (eds.) Chronic and Terminal Illness: New Perspectives on Caring and Carers. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
Sque, M. (2001) Being a carer in acute crisis: the situation for relatives of organ donors. In, Payne, S. and Ellis-Hill, C. (eds.) Chronic and Terminal Illness: New Perspectives on Caring and Carers. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
Sque, M. (2001) Organ Donation. In, Blakemore, C. and Jennett, S. (eds.) The Oxford Companion to The Body. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
Sque, M. (2001) Post bereavement correspondence between organ donor families, recipients, their OPOs and the National Donor family Council - an American investigation. At Transforming Healthcare Through Research, Education & Technology, University of Dublin Trinity College, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies and associated hospitals, Dublin, Ireland, 14 - 16 Nov 2001.
Sque, M.R. (2001) Researching the bereaved an investigator’s experience (part 2). Bereavement Care, 20, (1), 8-9.
Wray, J., Long, T., Radley-Smith, R. and Yacoub, M. (2001) Returning to school after heart or heart-lung transplantation: how well do children adjust. Transplantation, 72, (1), 100-106.