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  1. Unit1 26 items
    1. principles of palliative care 1 item
      1. Who is the palliative care patient? - S. Milligan

        Chapter Essential Module: N3608 (Scanned Extract)

    2. supporting the family 15 items
      1. Supporting the family and carers - Rosemary McIntyre, Jean Lugton

        Chapter  Read: McIntyre, R & Lugton J. 2005, pp 261-301 - Supporting the family and carers.

      2. Oxford textbook of palliative nursing 2015

        Book Essential Read: Steele, R. & Davies, B. 2014, pp. 500-514. - Supporting families in palliative care.

      3. The family perspective - Carrie Lethborg, David W. Kissane

        Chapter Essential Module: N3608 (Scanned Extract) Read: Lethborg, C & Kissane, D. 2015. pp. 1101-1108 - The family perspective.

      4. The family perspective - Joan T. Panke, Betty R. Ferrell

        Chapter Essential Module: N3608 (scanned extract) : Panke, J.T. & Ferrell, B.R. 2010 - The Family Perspective, pp. 1437-1444.

      5. The impact of life-limiting illness on the family

        Chapter Essential Brown, Erica. Supporting the Child and the Family in Paediatric Palliative Care. Read chapter 11: The impact of life-limiting illness on the family, within part 3 - Meeting Individual Needs.

      6. Supporting the child and the family in paediatric palliative care - Erica Brown, Brian Warr 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read: Brown - Continuing Bonds, pp. 137-143.

      7. Supporting the Child and the Family in Paediatric Palliative Care - Erica Brown and Brian Warr 2007

        Book  Within part 3, Meeting Individual Needs, read chapter 10 : Children's developmental understanding and emotional response to death and dying, pp. 108-127.

      8. Oxford textbook of palliative care for children - Ann Goldman, Richard Hain, Stephen Liben 2012

        Book  Read Lapwood & Goldman, pp. 117-129 : Impact on the family.

      9. Palliative Care for Infants, Children, and Adolescents - Brian S. Carter, Marcia Levetown, Sarah E. Friebert 2013

        Book  Read Chapter 8, pp. 202-226 : Psychosocial issues in palliative care.

      10. Palliative care for infants, children, and adolescents: a practical handbook - Brian S. Carter, Sarah E. Friebert, Marcia Levetown 2011

        Book  Read chapter 9, pp. 227-243 : Spiritual dimensions.

      11. Palliative care for infants, children, and adolescents: a practical handbook - Brian S. Carter, Sarah E. Friebert, Marcia Levetown 2011

        Book  Read chapter 11, pp. 275-308 : Bereavement.

      12. Palliative care for infants, children, and adolescents: a practical handbook - Brian S. Carter, Sarah E. Friebert, Marcia Levetown 2011

        Book  Read Chapter 13, pp. 345-386 : Palliative care in the neo-natal perinatal period.

      13. Family carers in palliative care: a guide for health and social care professionals - Peter Hudson, Sheila Payne c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read: Monroe, B & Oliviere, D: Communicating with family members, pp. 1-20

    3. supporting the professional care giver 9 items
      1. Burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress in palliative care - Nathan I. Cherny, Batsheva Werman, Michael Kearney

        Chapter  Read: Cherny, N.I.; Werman, B. & Kearney, M. 2015 - Burnout compassion fatigue and moral distress in palliative care.

      2. Oxford textbook of palliative care for children - Ann Goldman, Richard Hain, Stephen Liben 2012

        Book Essential Read MacAuley & Rushton, pp. 130-141 : Spirituality and meaning for children, families and clinicians.

      3. Palliative Care for Infants, Children, and Adolescents - Brian S. Carter, Marcia Levetown, Sarah E. Friebert 2013

        Book Essential Read Chapter 12: The Other Side of Caring: Caregiver Suffering pp 309-342; within Part II - The Cycle of Care

      4. Resilient multiprofessional teams - Malcolm Payne

        Chapter Essential Chapter 10 within: Monroe, B and Oliviere, D., eds. Resilience in Palliative Care: Achievement in Adversity. Oxford University Press.

    4. Experiences of living with advanced disease 1 item
  2. Unit2 3 items
    1. Critical thinking skills: developing effective analysis and argument - Stella Cottrell 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Read chapter 10: Critical analytical writing: critical thinking when writing.

    2. Research Methods and Design - Jolley, Jeremy

      Chapter  Module: N3608 (Scanned Extract)

    3. Critical analytical thinking - Cottrell, S.

      Chapter  Module: N3608 (Scanned Extract)

  3. Unit3 : Recognising depression 6 items
    1. Oxford textbook of palliative nursing 2015

      Book Essential Read chapter 20: Anxiety and depression.

    2. Suffering and distress at the end-of-life - Alicia Krikorian, Joaquín T. Limonero, Jorge Maté 08/2012

      Article 

  4. Unit 4: Hope 12 items
    1. Fostering hope in terminally ill patients - Buckley, JennyHerth, Kaye through 2013); London Vol. 19, Iss. 10,  (Nov 17-Nov 23, 2004

      Article 

    2. Hope: A Construct Central to Nursing - Judith Fitzgerald Miller Jan-Mar 2007

      Article 

    3. Textbook of Palliative Medicine 2006

      Book  Read: "Hope in end-of-life care" by Cheryl L. Nekolaichuk. In Part 12 (75), pp. 718-724.

    4. The glimmering embers: Experiences of hope among cancer patients in palliative home care - Olsson, LouiseÖstlund, GunnelStrang, PeterGrassman, Eva JeppssonFriedrichsen, Maria Mar 2011

      Article Background

    5. Psycho-Oncology: Vol 9, No 1

      Article  Read pp. 11-19. "Promoting psychological well-being in the face of serious illness: when theory, research and practice inform each other" by Susan Folkman and Steven Greer.

  5. Unit5 9 items
    1. In the face of death: professionals who care for the dying and the bereaved - Danai Papadatou c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read chapter 6 : A model for professionals' grieving process; pp. 131-167

    2. Complicated Grief - Katherine, Shear M Jan 8, 2015

      Article 

    3. Assisting the bereaved: A systematic review of the evidence for grief counselling - Amy Waller, Heidi Turon, Elise Mansfield, Katherine Clark 02/2016

      Article 

    4. Family Matters in Bereavement - Margaret Stroebe, Henk Schut 11/2015

      Article 

  6. Suffering and distress at the end-of-life - Alicia Krikorian, Joaquín T. Limonero, Jorge Maté 08/2012

    Article 

  7. Fostering hope in terminally ill patients - Buckley, JennyHerth, Kaye through 2013); London Vol. 19, Iss. 10,  (Nov 17-Nov 23, 2004

    Article 

  8. Hope: A Construct Central to Nursing - Judith Fitzgerald Miller Jan-Mar 2007

    Article 

  9. The glimmering embers: Experiences of hope among cancer patients in palliative home care - Olsson, LouiseÖstlund, GunnelStrang, PeterGrassman, Eva JeppssonFriedrichsen, Maria Mar 2011

    Article 

  10. Congenital varicella syndrome: the evidence for secondary prevention with varicella-zoster immune globulin - Cohen, Arlan, MD, JDMaschopoulos, Panagis, MDStiehm, Richard E, MDKoren, Gideon, MD Feb 8, 2011

    Article 

  11. Never let me go - Mannix, K.

    Chapter  Module: N3608 (Scanned Extract)

  12. Family carers in palliative care: a guide for health and social care professionals - Peter Hudson, Sheila Payne c2009 (electronic resource)

    Book  Read chapter 1: Communicating with family carers; pp. 1-20.