‘That’s part of everybody’s job’: The perspectives of health care staff in England and New Zealand on the meaning and remit of palliative care
posted by HIIRC Admin on 7 June 2012
Year of Publication
Palliative Medicine, 26(3), 232-241
Journal article (peer reviewed)
Using qualitative data collected via individual interviews and focus groups, the authors explore understandings of, and perceived roles in relation to, palliative care provision amongst generalist and specialist health care providers in England and New Zealand.
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