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Effects of low dose morphine on perceived sleep quality in patients with refractory breathlessness : a hypothesis generating study (2015)
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Martins, R. T., Currow, D., Abernethy, A. P., Johnson, M. J., Toson, B., & Eckert, D. J. (2016). Effects of low dose morphine on perceived sleep quality in patients with refractory breathlessness : a hypothesis generating study. Respirology : official journal of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, 21(2), 386-391. https://doi.org/10.1111/resp.12681

© 2015 Asian Pacific Society of Respirology. Background and objective The management of chronic refractory breathlessness is one of the indications for regular low-dose (≤30 mg/24 h) oral sustained release morphine. Morphine may disrupt sleep in some... Read More about Effects of low dose morphine on perceived sleep quality in patients with refractory breathlessness : a hypothesis generating study.

Is regular systemic opioid analgesia associated with shorter survival in adult patients with cancer? : a systematic literature review (2015)
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Boland, J. W., Ziegler, L., Boland, E. G., McDermid, K., & Bennett, M. I. (2015). Is regular systemic opioid analgesia associated with shorter survival in adult patients with cancer? : a systematic literature review. Pain, 156(11), 2152-2163. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000306

© 2015 International Association for the Study of Pain. Opioids are important in the management of pain in patients with cancer. Clinicians and patients are sometimes concerned about the effect of opioids on survival, which might decrease opioid pres... Read More about Is regular systemic opioid analgesia associated with shorter survival in adult patients with cancer? : a systematic literature review.

Does the use of specialist palliative care services modify the effect of socioeconomic status on place of death? A systematic review (2015)
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Chen, H., Nicolson, D. J., MacLeod, U., Allgar, V., Dalgliesh, C., & Johnson, M. (2016). Does the use of specialist palliative care services modify the effect of socioeconomic status on place of death? A systematic review. Palliative medicine, 30(5), 434-445. doi:10.1177/0269216315602590

© SAGE Publications. Background: Cancer patients in lower socioeconomic groups are significantly less likely to die at home and experience more barriers to access to palliative care. It is unclear whether receiving palliative care may mediate the eff... Read More about Does the use of specialist palliative care services modify the effect of socioeconomic status on place of death? A systematic review.

The expanding role of primary care in cancer control (2015)
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Rubin, G., Berendsen, A., Crawford, S. M., Dommett, R., Earle, C., Emery, J., …Zimmermann, C. (2015). The expanding role of primary care in cancer control. The lancet oncology, 16(12), 1231-1272 . https://doi.org/10.1016/S1470-2045%2815%2900205-3

© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. The nature of cancer control is changing, with an increasing emphasis, fuelled by public and political demand, on prevention, early diagnosis, and patient experience during and after treatment. At the same time, primary care is i... Read More about The expanding role of primary care in cancer control.

Coagulation and anticoagulation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (2015)
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Crooks, M. G., & Hart, S. P. (2015). Coagulation and anticoagulation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. European Respiratory Review, 24(137), 392-399. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.00008414

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is an incurable, progressive interstitial lung disease with a prognosis that is worse than that of many cancers. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated a link between IPF and thrombotic vascular events. Coagulat... Read More about Coagulation and anticoagulation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

More than putting on a performance in commercial homes: merging family practices and critical hospitality studies (2015)
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Seymour, J. (2015). More than putting on a performance in commercial homes: merging family practices and critical hospitality studies. Annals of leisure research, 18(3), 414-430. https://doi.org/10.1080/11745398.2015.1078247

Critical hospitality studies and family studies have shown a developing theoretical convergence predicated by the ‘social turn’ in the study of hospitality. Recent hospitality research on ‘Commercial Homes’ has drawn strongly on Goffman's concept of... Read More about More than putting on a performance in commercial homes: merging family practices and critical hospitality studies.

Chronic kidney disease in Nigeria: an evaluation of the spatial accessibility to healthcare for diagnosed cases in Edo State (2015)
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Oviasu, O., Rigby, J. E., & Ballas, D. (2015). Chronic kidney disease in Nigeria: an evaluation of the spatial accessibility to healthcare for diagnosed cases in Edo State. Journal of Public Health in Africa, 6(1), 40-44 . https://doi.org/10.4081/jphia.2015.394

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a growing problem in Nigeria, presenting challenges to the nation’s health and economy. This study evaluates the accessibility to healthcare in Edo State of CKD patients diagnosed between 2006 and 2009. Using cost anal... Read More about Chronic kidney disease in Nigeria: an evaluation of the spatial accessibility to healthcare for diagnosed cases in Edo State.

Embedding electronic decision-support tools for suspected cancer in primary care: a qualitative study of GPs' experiences (2015)
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Dikomitis, L., Green, T., & Macleod, U. (2015). Embedding electronic decision-support tools for suspected cancer in primary care: a qualitative study of GPs' experiences. Primary health care research & development, 16(6), 548-555. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423615000109

Aim: The purpose of this evaluation was to obtain views from general practitioners (GPs) who piloted the electronic risk assessment tools (eRATs) for suspected lung or colorectal cancer. We wanted to find out whether GPs were able to integrate these... Read More about Embedding electronic decision-support tools for suspected cancer in primary care: a qualitative study of GPs' experiences.