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Jun-2015Adaptation of international guidelines on assessment and management of cancer pain for the Australian contextLovell, M; Luckett, T; Boyle, F; Stubbs, J; Phillips, J; Davidson, PM; Olver, I; von Dincklage, J; Agar, M
Nov-2015Advance care planning in 21st century Australia: a systematic review and appraisal of online advance care directive templates against national framework criteria.Luckett, T; Bhattarai, P; Phillips, J; Agar, M; Currow, D; Krastev, Y; Davidson, PM
Feb-2017Advance care planning in chronic kidney disease: A survey of current practice in Australia.Luckett, T; Spencer, L; Morton, RL; Pollock, CA; Lam, L; Silvester, W; Sellars, M; Detering, KM; Butow, PN; Tong, A; Clayton, JM
2-Mar-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
Jan-2013Assessment and Management of Adult Cancer Pain: A Systematic Review and Synthesis of Recent Qualitative Studies Aimed at Developing Insights for Managing Barriers and Optimizing Facilitators Within a Comprehensive Framework of Patient CareLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Green, AR; Boyle, F; Stubbs, J; Lovell, M
2017An asset-informed approach to service developmentGreen, A; Luckett, T; DiGiacomo, M; Abbott, P; Delaney, P; Delaney, J; Davidson, PM
Jun-2014Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: perspectives of oncologists.Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Boyle, F; Liauw, W; Agar, M; Green, A; Lovell, M; ImPaCCT (Improving Palliative Care through Clinical Trials) and PoCoG (Psycho-oncology Co-operative Research Group) Symptom Cluster Collaborative
Jan-2013Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: Perspectives of palliative care physiciansLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Boyle, F; Liauw, W; Agar, M; Green, AR; Lovell, M
Jan-2015Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: The community nurse perspectivePhillips, JL; Lovell, M; Luckett, T; Agar, M; Green, AR; Davidson, PM
Jan-2011Choosing between the EORTC QLQ-C30 and FACT-G for measuring health-related quality of life in cancer clinical research: issues, evidence and recommendationsLuckett, T; King, MT; Butow, P; Oguchi, M; Rankin, N; Price, M; Hackl, N; Heading, G
Jan-2012A comparison of the FACT-G and the supportive care needs survey (SCNS) in women with ovarian cancer - unidimensionality of constructsColagiuri, B; King, MT; Butow, P; McGrane, JA; Luckett, T; Price, M; Birney, DP
26-May-2016Content and quality of websites supporting self-management of chronic breathlessness in advanced illness: a systematic review.Luckett, T; Disler, R; Hosie, A; Johnson, M; Davidson, P; Currow, D; Sumah, A; Phillips, J
17-Aug-2017Contributions of a hand-held fan to self-management of chronic breathlessness.Luckett, T; Phillips, J; Johnson, MJ; Farquhar, M; Swan, F; Assen, T; Bhattarai, P; Booth, S
18-Dec-2014Cross-sector collaborations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander childhood disability: a systematic integrative review and theory-based synthesisGreen, A; DiGiacomo, M; Luckett, T; Abbott, P; Davidson, PM; Delaney, J; Delaney, P; Shadmi, E; Shi, L
Dec-2012Designing and conducting randomized controlled trials in palliative care: A summary of discussions from the 2010 clinical research forum of the Australian Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative.Shelby-James, TM; Hardy, J; Agar, M; Yates, P; Mitchell, G; Sanderson, C; Luckett, T; Abernethy, AP; Currow, DC
Jan-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, JL; Currow, D; Agar, M
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 important.Virdun, C; Luckett, T; Lorenz, K; Davidson, PM; Phillips, J
Oct-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 important.Virdun, C; Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Phillips, J
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, P; Cook, J; Brooks, D; Houltram, J; Goodall, S; Chenoweth, L
Jan-2014Elements of effective palliative care models: a rapid reviewLuckett, T; Phillips, JL; Agar, M; Virdun, C; Green, AR; Davidson, PM