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Continuing Medical Education - Vol 29, No 7 (2011)

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Articles

Advances in pain control in palliative care: Pain in palliative care needs to be carefully assessed before treatment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Krause, J Stanford
Ethics and palliative care: It is helpful to have a good understanding of the application of bioethical principles when caring for patients with life-threatening illness. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Gwyther
The strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde: can we effectively manage sudden behaviour changes in the dying patient?: Delirium is the most common reason for a sudden change of behaviour in a seriously ill patient EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Cameron
Using communication skills for difficult conversations in palliative care: ‘Suffering is not a question which demands an answer, It is not a problem which demands a solution, It is a mystery which demands a “Presence”.’ (Anonymous) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Barnard, L Ganca
Caring for children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses: What the GP should EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MA Meiring


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