Browsing by Author Virdun, C

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2-Oct-2018Identifying and assessing the needs of carers of patients with palliative care needs: An exploratory studyHenderson, A; Vaz, H; Virdun, C
7-Jun-2018Ensuring Indigenous cultural respect in Australian undergraduate nursing studentsPower, T; Virdun, C; Gorman, E; Doab, A; Smith, R; Phillips, A; Gray, J
1-Jan-2018National quality indicators and policies from 15 countries leading in adult end-of-life care: A systematic environmental scanVirdun, C; Luckett, T; Lorenz, KA; Phillips, J
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
2017Analyzing Consumer Priorities for Hospital End-of-Life Care Using a Systematic Review to Inform Policy and PracticeVirdun, C; Luckett, T; Lorenz, K; Davidson, PM; Phillips, J
1-Sep-2016REM: A Collaborative Framework for Building Indigenous Cultural CompetencePower, T; Virdun, C; Sherwood, J; Parker, N; Van Balen, J; Gray, J; Jackson, D
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-2015Commentary on Jack B, Baldry C, Groves K, Whelan A, Sephton J and Gaunt K (2013) Supporting home care for the dying: An evaluation of healthcare professionals' perspectives of an individually tailored hospice at home service. Journal of Clinical Nursing 22, 2778-2786Virdun, C; Phillips, J
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
26-Mar-2014Elements of effective palliative care models: A rapid reviewLuckett, T; Phillips, J; Agar, M; Virdun, C; Green, A; Davidson, PM
1-Jan-2013Working together to make Indigenous health care curricula everybody's business: A graduate attribute teaching innovation reportVirdun, C; Gray, J; Sherwood, J; Power, T; Phillips, A; Parker, N; Jackson, D