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Displaying 11 results from 11 total publications.

Sheridan et al. 2020.

Preferred and actual place of death in haematological malignancies: a report from the UK haematological malignancy research network

Rebecca Sheridan,  Eve Roman,  Alex G. Smith,  Andrew Turner,  Anne C. Garry,  Russell Patmore,  Martin R. Howard,  Debra A. Howell.

BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care

McCaughan et al. 2019.

Perspectives of bereaved relatives of patients with haematological malignancies concerning preferred place of care and death: A qualitative study

Dorothy McCaughan,  Eve Roman,  Alexandra G Smith,  Anne C Garry,  Miriam J Johnson,  Russell D Patmore,  Martin R Howard,  Debra A Howell.

Palliative Medicine
Pages: 0269216318824525.

McCaughan et al. 2019.

Haematology nurses' perspectives of their patients' places of care and death: A UK qualitative interview study

Dorothy McCaughan,  Eve Roman,  Alexandra G. Smith,  Anne C. Garry,  Miriam J. Johnson,  Russell D. Patmore,  Martin R. Howard,  Debra A. Howell.

European Journal of Oncology Nursing
Volume: 39, Pages: 70-80.

McCaughan et al. 2018.

Determinants of hospital death in haematological cancers: findings from a qualitative study

Dorothy McCaughan,  Eve Roman,  Alexandra G. Smith,  Anne Garry,  Miriam Johnson,  Russell Patmore,  Martin Howard,  Debra A. Howell.

BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care
Volume: 8, Issue: 1, Pages: 78-86.

McCaughan et al. 2018.

Palliative care specialists' perceptions concerning referral of haematology patients to their services: findings from a qualitative study

Dorothy McCaughan,  Eve Roman,  Alexandra G. Smith,  Anne C. Garry,  Miriam J. Johnson,  Russell D. Patmore,  Martin R. Howard,  Debra A. Howell.

BMC palliative care
Volume: 17, Issue: 1, Pages: 33.

Howell et al. 2015.

Preferred and actual place of death in haematological malignancy

D. A. Howell,  H. I. Wang,  E. Roman,  A. G. Smith,  R. Patmore,  M. J. Johnson,  A. Garry,  M. Howard.

BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care
Volume: 7, Pages: 150-157.

Howell et al. 2014.

Variations in specialist palliative care referrals: findings from a population-based patient cohort of acute myeloid leukaemia, diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and myeloma

D. A. Howell,  H.-I. Wang,  E. Roman,  A. G. Smith,  R. Patmore,  M. J. Johnson,  A. C. Garry,  M. R. Howard.

BMJ supportive & palliative care
Volume: 5, Pages: 496-502.

Howell et al. 2013.

Place of death in haematological malignancy: variations by disease sub-type and time from diagnosis to death

Debra A Howell,  Han-I Wang,  Alexandra G Smith,  Martin R Howard,  Russell D Patmore,  Eve Roman.

BMC Palliative Care
Volume: 12, Issue: 1, Pages: 42.

Howell et al. 2011.

Haematological malignancy: Are patients appropriately referred for palliative and hospice care? A systematic review and meta-analysis of published data

D.A. Howell,  R. Shellens,  E. Roman,  A.C. Garry,  R. Patmore,  M.R. Howard.

Palliative Medicine
Volume: 25, Issue: 6, Pages: 630-641.

Howell et al. 2010.

Destined to die in hospital? Systematic review and meta-analysis of place of death in haematological malignancy

D.A. Howell,  E. Roman,  H. Cox,  A.G. Smith,  R. Patmore,  A.C. Garry,  M.R. Howard.

BMC Palliative Care
Volume: 9, Issue: 1, Pages: 9.

Ansell et al. 2007.

What determines referral of UK patients with haematological malignancies to palliative care services? An exploratory study using hospital records

P. Ansell,  D. Howell,  A. Garry,  S. Kite,  J. Munro,  E. Roman,  M. Howard.

Palliative Medicine
Volume: 21, Issue: 6, Pages: 487-492.