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  1. Aims, actions and advance care planning by district nurses providing palliative care: an ethnographic observational study
  2. Do journals contribute to the international publication of research in their field? A bibliometric analysis of palliative care journal data
  3. Perspectives of elders and their adult children of Black and minority ethnic heritage on end-of-life conversations: A meta-ethnography
  4. A four-stage process for intervention description and guide development of a practice-based intervention: refining the Namaste Care intervention implementation specification for people with advanced dementia prior to a feasibility cluster randomised trial
  5. Communicative constructions of person-centred and non-person-centred caring in nurse-led consultations
  6. Understanding the bereavement experience of grandparents following the death of a grandchild from a life‐limiting condition: A meta‐ethnography
  7. How Grandparents Experience the Death of a Grandchild With a Life-Limiting Condition
  8. Perceptions of a Good Death in Children with Life-Shortening Conditions: An Integrative Review
  9. Case series and practice reviews: Dregs at the bottom of the evidence pile or an essential link between frontline practice and research?
  10. Improving living and dying for people with advanced dementia living in care homes: a realist review of Namaste Care and other multisensory interventions
  11. Namaste Care in nursing care homes for people with advanced dementia: protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial
  12. Care Home Life and Identity: A Qualitative Case Study
  13. Quality of life trends in people with and without cancer referred to volunteer provided palliative care services (ELSA): A longitudinal study
  14. Peer support for people with advanced cancer
  15. ‘Being with’ or ‘doing for’? How the role of an end-of-life volunteer befriender can impact patient wellbeing: interviews from a multiple qualitative case study (ELSA)
  16. 47 Developing a study intervention: a realist review and consensus workshops to develop the namaste care intervention for people with advanced dementia prior to a feasibility study using a cluster randomised controlled trial in nursing care homes
  17. Using the ‘Social Marketing Mix Framework’ to explore recruitment barriers and facilitators in palliative care randomised controlled trials? A narrative synthesis review
  18. Clear, simple, precise, meaningful: A quick guide to writing for publication
  19. Mixed Method Research in Palliative Care
  20. Editorial
  21. A revised model for coping with advanced cancer. Mapping concepts from a longitudinal qualitative study of patients and carers coping with advanced cancer onto Folkman and Greer's theoretical model of appraisal and coping
  22. Ward social workers’ views of what facilitates or hinders collaboration with specialist palliative care team social workers: A grounded theory
  23. Meeting abstracts from the 4th International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference (ICTMC) and the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials
  24. Are nurse-led chemotherapy clinics really nurse-led? An ethnographic study
  25. Coping Well with Advanced Cancer: A Serial Qualitative Interview Study with Patients and Family Carers
  26. Palliative care research: State of play and journal direction
  27. How effective are volunteers at supporting people in their last year of life? A pragmatic randomised wait-list trial in palliative care (ELSA)
  28. Erratum to: Protocol for the End-of-Life Social Action Study (ELSA): a randomised wait-list controlled trial and embedded qualitative case study evaluation assessing the causal impact of social action befriending services on end of life experience
  29. Protocol for the End-of-Life Social Action Study (ELSA): a randomised wait-list controlled trial and embedded qualitative case study evaluation assessing the causal impact of social action befriending services on end of life experience
  30. EAPC2016: Abstracts
  31. Strategies designed to help healthcare professionals to recruit participants to research studies
  32. Generalist-Specialist Palliative Care Collaboration
  33. A poststructural rethinking of the ethics of technology in relation to the provision of palliative home care by district nurses
  34. Palliative Medicine journal: What have we done, where should we be going and why?
  35. Quality care as ethical care: a poststructural analysis of palliative and supportive district nursing care
  36. Nevasic audio program for the prevention of chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting: A feasibility study using a randomized controlled trial design
  37. The impact of social action services on end of life experience
  38. Evaluation of an advance care planning education programme for nursing homes: A Longitudinal study
  40. Abstracts of the 8th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC)
  44. Palliative care research: Has it come of age?
  45. Translation and psychometric assessment of the Persian version of the Rhodes Index of Nausea, Vomiting and Retching (INVR) scale for the assessment of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting
  46. Protocol for a longitudinal qualitative interview study: maintaining psychological well-being in advanced cancer—what can we learn from patients’ and carers’ own coping strategies?: Table 1
  47. ‘Busyness’ and the preclusion of quality palliative district nursing care
  48. Supporting and promoting palliative care for older people
  49. What helps healthcare professionals to recruit people to research studies?
  50. Palliative Medicine: Looking to the future
  51. Abstracts of the 7th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC)
  52. The views of patients with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on advance care planning: A qualitative study
  53. Caring for the carers? An observational study of the role of the district nurse in palliative care
  54. Observing district nurses roles in palliative care: an understanding of aims and actions
  55. How to approach advance care planning in severe COPD: a qualitative study of patients' views
  56. Using observation as a data collection method to help understand patient and professional roles and actions in palliative care settings
  57. P221 Advance care planning in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a qualitative study of patients' views
  58. The evaluation of complex interventions in palliative care: An exploration of the potential of case study research strategies
  59. What Do We Mean by Palliative Care
  60. Nurses' feelings of 'ownership' of palliative care patients: findings from a qualitative case study
  61. New authors’ guidelines for Palliative Medicine: More work for authors, reviewers and editors or an essential tool?
  62. District nurses’ role in palliative care provision: A realist review
  63. What about breastfed babies?
  64. Improving training in spiritual care: a qualitative study exploring patient perceptions of professional educational requirements
  65. Patterns of Access to Community Palliative Care Services: A Literature Review
  66. Implementation and impact of the Gold Standards Framework in community palliative care: a qualitative study of three primary care trusts
  67. What influences referrals within community palliative care services? A qualitative case study
  68. Judgements about fellow professionals and the management of patients receiving palliative care in primary care: a qualitative study
  69. Evaluating partnership working: lessons for palliative care
  70. Living with a venous leg ulcer: a descriptive study of patients’experiences
  71. Case studies: A research strategy appropriate for palliative care?