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2016Advance care planning for cancer patients: a systematic review of perceptions and experiences of patients, families, and healthcare providersButow, Phyllis; Johnson, Stephanie; Kerridge, Ian; Tattersall, Martin; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; Central Clinical School: MedicineAdvance care planning for cancer patients: a systematic review of perceptions and experiences of patients, families, and healthcare providers, Psycho-Oncology, vol.25, 4, 2016,pp 362-386
2017Advance Care Planning: is quality end of life care really that simple?Butow, Phyllis; Johnson, Stephanie; Kerridge, Ian; Tattersall, Martin; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; Central Clinical School: MedicineAdvance Care Planning: is quality end of life care really that simple?, Internal Medicine Journal, vol.47, 4, 2017,pp 390-394
2018Patient autonomy and advance care planning: a qualitative study of oncologist and palliative care physicians' perspectivesButow, Phyllis; Johnson, Stephanie; Kerridge, Ian; Tattersall, Martin; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; Central Clinical School: MedicinePatient autonomy and advance care planning: a qualitative study of oncologist and palliative care physicians' perspectives, Supportive Care in Cancer, vol.26, 2, 2018,pp 565-574
2017What do patients with cancer and their families value most at the end of life? A critical analysis of advance care planningButow, Phyllis; Johnson, Stephanie; Kerridge, Ian; Tattersall, Martin; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; Central Clinical School: MedicineWhat do patients with cancer and their families value most at the end of life? A critical analysis of advance care planning, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, vol.23, 12, 2017,pp 596-604