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1-Jun-2013Delirium prevalence, incidence, and implications for screening in specialist palliative care inpatient settings: A systematic reviewHosie, A; Davidson, PM; Agar, M; Sanderson, CR; Phillips, J
1-Jan-2014Diversity characteristics and the experiences of nursing students during clinical placements: A qualitative study of student, faculty and supervisors' viewsKoch, J; Everett, B; Phillips, J; Davidson, PM
1-Jan-2014Diversity characteristics and the experiences of nursing students during clinical placements: A qualitative study of student, faculty and supervisors' viewsKoch, J; Everett, B; Phillips, J; Davidson, PM
10-Nov-2014Diversity characteristics and the experiences of nursing students' during clinical placements: A qualitative study of students and supervisors views.Koch, J; Everett, B; Phillips, J; Davidson, PM
1-Feb-2013Do community specialist palliative care services that provide home nursing increase rates of home death for people with life-limiting illnesses? A systematic review and meta-analysis of comparative studiesLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Lam, L; Phillips, J; Currow, DC; Agar, M
1-Jan-2014Do palliative care health professionals settle for low-level evidence?Chan, RJ; Phillips, J; Currow, D
1-Oct-2018Does presentation at multidisciplinary team meetings improve lung cancer survival? Findings from a consecutive cohort studyStone, E; Rankin, N; Kerr, S; Fong, K; Currow, DC; Phillips, J; Connon, T; Zhang, L; Shaw, T
1-Jul-2017Dying in the hospital setting: A meta-synthesis identifying the elements of end-of-life care that patients and their families describe as being importantVirdun, C; Luckett, T; Lorenz, K; Davidson, PM; Phillips, J
1-Jan-2015Dying in the hospital setting: A systematic review of quantitative studies identifying the elements of end-of-life care that patients and their families rank as being most importantVirdun, C; Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Phillips, J
1-Jan-2017E-health readiness for teams: A comprehensive conceptual modelPhillips, J; Yu, D; Poon, SK; Lam, M; Hines, M; Brunner, M; Keep, M; Power, E; Shaw, T; Togher, L
2-Feb-2015Editorial: Implementing evidence-based palliative carePhillips, J
1-Jan-2014Editorial: Nurses' role in improving interdisciplinary delirium care in inpatient settings: Steps for actionHosie, A; Phillips, J
1-Aug-2017Effects of facilitated family case conferencing for advanced dementia: A cluster randomised clinical trialAgar, M; Luckett, T; Luscombe, G; Phillips, J; Beattie, E; Pond, D; Mitchell, G; Davidson, PM; Cook, J; Brooks, D; Houltram, J; Goodall, S; Chenoweth, L
26-Mar-2014Elements of effective palliative care models: A rapid reviewLuckett, T; Phillips, J; Agar, M; Virdun, C; Green, A; Davidson, PM
1-Jan-2015Elements of optimal paediatric palliative care for children and young people: An integrative review using a systematic approachVirdun, C; Brown, N; Phillips, J; Luckett, T; Agar, M; Green, A; Davidson, PM
1-Apr-2010End of life care: The importance of culture and ethnicityClark, K; Phillips, J
1-Mar-2013Evolution of palliative care in Australia 1973-2013Currow, DC; Phillips, J
1-Oct-2017A facilitated approach to family case conferencing for people with advanced dementia living in nursing homes: Perceptions of palliative care planning coordinators and other health professionals in the IDEAL studyLuckett, T; Chenoweth, L; Phillips, J; Brooks, D; Cook, J; Mitchell, G; Pond, D; Davidson, PM; Beattie, E; Luscombe, G; Goodall, S; Fischer, T; Agar, M
1-Jan-2019Genetics in palliative care: Too much to ask?Jacobs, C; White, S; Phillips, J
1-Nov-2013Geriatric oncology: Curent state of the scienceSteer, C; Phillips, J