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1-Feb-2018Lower trial participation by culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) cancer patients is largely due to language barriersSmith, AB; Agar, M; Delaney, G; Descallar, J; Dobell-Brown, K; Grand, M; Aung, J; Patel, P; Kaadan, N; Girgis, A
1-Feb-2017Evidence-based occupational therapy for people with dementia and their families: What clinical practice guidelines tell us and implications for practiceLaver, K; Cumming, R; Dyer, S; Agar, M; Anstey, KJ; Beattie, E; Brodaty, H; Broe, T; Clemson, L; Crotty, M; Dietz, M; Draper, B; Flicker, L; Friel, M; Heuzenroeder, L; Koch, S; Kurrle, S; Nay, R; Pond, D; Thompson, J; Santalucia, Y; Whitehead, C; Yates, M
1-Oct-2016Re-thinking our approach to care of the dying person with delirium: Time for a new care paradigmHosie, A; Agar, M; Phillips, J
1-Sep-2017Development of core outcome sets for effectiveness trials of interventions to prevent and/or treat delirium (Del-COrS): Study protocolRose, L; Agar, M; Burry, LD; Campbell, N; Clarke, M; Lee, J; Siddiqi, N; Page, VJ
1-Aug-2013Quality of life of community-based palliative care clients and their caregiversConnell, T; Fernandez, RS; Tran, D; Griffiths, R; Harlum, J; Agar, M
1-May-2012Dyspnea management in Palliative home care: A case series in MalaysiaThongkhamcharoen, R; Agar, M; Breaden, K; Hamzah, E
1-Jan-2015Role of palliative care in survivorshipAgar, M; Luckett, T; 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
1-Jun-2014Nonopioid drugs in the treatment of cancer painVardy, J; Agar, M
1-Feb-2012Implementing patient question-prompt lists into routine cancer careDimoska, A; Butow, PN; Lynch, J; Hovey, E; Agar, M; Beale, P; Tattersall, MHN
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