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The complex relationship between household income of family caregivers, access to palliative care services and place of death: A national household population survey (2017)
Journal Article
Chen, H., Currow, D. C., Dunn, L., Johnson, M. J., Macleod, U., & Allgar, V. (2018). The complex relationship between household income of family caregivers, access to palliative care services and place of death: A national household population survey. Palliative medicine, 32(2), 357-365. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269216317711825

Background: Previous work shows that more affluent patients with cancer are more likely to die at home, whereas those dying from non-cancer conditions are more likely to die in hospital. Family caregivers are an important factor in determining place... Read More about The complex relationship between household income of family caregivers, access to palliative care services and place of death: A national household population survey.

Development and Evaluation of an Intervention to Support Family Caregivers of People with Cancer to Provide Home-based Care at the End of Life: a Feasibility Study (2015)
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Luker, K., Cooke, M., Lloyd-Williams, M., Pilling, M., & Dunn, L. (2015). Development and Evaluation of an Intervention to Support Family Caregivers of People with Cancer to Provide Home-based Care at the End of Life: a Feasibility Study. European journal of oncology nursing, 19(2), 154 - 161. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2014.09.006

Purpose: To design and evaluate an intervention to address carers’ needs for practical information and support skills when caring for a person with cancer at end of life. Method: Phase I 29 carers were interviewed about need for practical infor... Read More about Development and Evaluation of an Intervention to Support Family Caregivers of People with Cancer to Provide Home-based Care at the End of Life: a Feasibility Study.

A pilot randomised controlled trial to reduce suffering and emotional distress in patients with advanced cancer (2012)
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Lloyd-Williams, M., Cobb, M., O'Connor, T., Dunn, L., & Shiels, C. (2013). A pilot randomised controlled trial to reduce suffering and emotional distress in patients with advanced cancer. Journal of affective disorders, 148(1), 141 - 145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2012.11.013

Introduction: A pilot trial was carried out to determine if a focussed narrative interview could alleviate the components of suffering and anxiety and depression in advanced cancer patients. InterventionPatients recruited were invited to participate... Read More about A pilot randomised controlled trial to reduce suffering and emotional distress in patients with advanced cancer.