Perceptions of a 'Good' Death: A Comparative Study of the Views of Hospice Staff and Patients
Palliative Medicine 1996 October; 10(4): 307-312
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Payne, S. A.; Langley-Evans, A.; Hillier, R. (1996-10)The literature suggests that health professionals working in palliative care have developed an idealised concept of dying which has been labelled the "good" death. This paper reports the results of a preliminary qualitative ...
Payne, S. A.; Langley-Evans, A.; Hillier, R. (1996-10)
Response to 'A Comparative Study of Death Anxiety in Hospice and Emergency Nurses' by S.A. Payne, S.J. Dean, and C. Kalus; Response to Ashfield's Critique; Statistician's Response to Ashfield's Critique Ashfield, Olive; Payne, Sheila; Cook, Penny A. (2001-08)