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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12-Dec-2015Academic detailing of general practitioners by a respiratory physician for diagnosis and management of refractory breathlessness: A randomised pilot studyCollier, A; Rowett, D; Allcroft, P; Greene, A; Currow, DC
1-Jan-2017Caregivers' Perspectives on the Use of Long-Term Oxygen Therapy for the Treatment of Refractory Breathlessness: A Qualitative StudyCollier, A; Breaden, K; Phillips, JL; Agar, M; Litster, C; Currow, DC
2013Deleuzians of patient safety : a video reflexive ethnography of end-of-life careCollier, A
1-Jan-2015Dying in Australian hospitals: Will a separate national clinical standard improve the delivery of quality care?Clark, K; Collier, A; Currow, DC
1-Nov-2013Finding the patient in patient safetyHor, S-Y; Godbold, N; Collier, A; Iedema, R
1-Apr-2016Implementation of a pilot telehealth programme in community palliative care: A qualitative study of clinicians' perspectivesCollier, A; Morgan, DD; Swetenham, K; To, THM; Currow, DC; Tieman, JJ
Jan-2012Making Decisions About Delirium: A Qualitative Comparison Of Decision Making Between Nurses Working In Palliative Care, Aged Care, Aged Care Psychiatry, And OncologyAgar, M; Draper, B; Phillips, P; Phillips, J; Collier, A; Harlum, J; Currow, D
1-Oct-2012Making decisions about delirium: A qualitative comparison of decision making between nurses working in palliative care, aged care, aged care psychiatry, and oncologyAgar, M; Draper, B; Phillips, PA; Phillips, J; Collier, A; Harlum, J; Currow, D
1-Jan-2015The meaning of home at the end of life: A video-reflexive ethnography studyCollier, A; Phillips, JL; Iedema, R
1-Nov-2016Predictors of mortality for delirium in palliative careAgar, MR; Quinn, SJ; Crawford, GB; Ritchie, CS; Phillips, JL; Collier, A; Currow, DC
1-Jan-2019Stigma and the in(visible) perspectives and expectations of home oxygen therapy among people with chronic breathlessness syndrome: A qualitative studyBreaden, K; Collier, A; Litster, C; Allcroft, P; Currow, DC; Phillips, JL