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- A national study of wellbeing of hospital doctors in Ireland
- An exploration of the barriers to adequate analgesia in patient with advanced cancer
- Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) RNA incidence in Irish blood donations
- An audit of compliance with mandatory workplace-based assessment requirements in postgraduate medical training
- Trainer and trainee perceptions and expercience of workplace-based assessment as a learning tool
- Drug prevalence survey 2014/2015 - General population survey on drug use in Ireland
- Supporting engagement within the Royal College of Physicians if Ireland's professional competence schemes, identifying and encouraging exemplar behavior
- Helping people to live until they die. An examination of the current provision and future potential of arts in healthcare settings, with particular reference to palliative care (hospice and hospitals).
- Nursing documentation at St. Francis Hospice: identifying and defining the problems, interventions and outcomes of palliative care patients.
- Palliative care infection prevention point prevalence survey
- An exploration of the effect on patient autonomy of admission to a specialist palliative care in-patient unit
- The perceived benefits of a death review in a specialist palliative care environment – an interdisciplinary team perspective.
- Hospice educators’ views of collaborative working on the development and provision of palliative and end of life care continuing education.
- Clinical decision making by registered nurses in specialist palliative care when recognising imminent death.
- The development of best practice guidelines and a pilot training programme for health and social care professionals providing palliative and oncological care to lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) patients.
- An evaluation of the interdisciplinary M.Sc. (Palliative Care) Programme
- An exploration of health care assistants’ experiences in providing end of life care to individuals with life limiting illness and their families in specialist palliative care services
- Photography, death and memory: A preliminary study on the use of photography within palliative care.
- Exploring the link between the learning organisation and learning transfer
- Description and evaluation of a local initiative to provide palliative care services in an extended care facility
- Perspectives and experiences of patient autonomy at end-of-life: A qualitative study with patients, families and friends – a pilot study.
- Development and evaluation of toolkit to support nurse and midwife clinical competency development.
- An action research project to devise, implement and evaluate appropriate palliative care responses for people with heart failure.
- An exploration of the experiences and perceptions of palliative care volunteering from the perspective of palliative care patients and volunteers: A case study.
- Assessing the impact of a therapeutic creative arts support group intervention in helping people cope with bereavement.