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Volume 28 Number 5

www.ijpn.co.uk

May 2022

International Journal of Palliative Nursing

Promoting excellence across the palliative care team

Editorial Loneliness and storytelling in palliative and end-of-life care

Brian Nyatanga

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Research ‘I no longer feel alone’: meeting the needs of bereaved grandparents through a children’s hospice support group Michael Tatterton and Judith Lyon

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The role of geriatricians in hospital palliative care units for elderly

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patients affected by end stage diseases Federica Sganga, Andrea Salerno, Alessandro Frizza, Adriana Turriziani, Christian Barillaro and Roberto Bernabei

Pictures as mementos after perinatal death: a case study

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Roberta Carolina de Almeida Jesus, Gláucia Benute, Nathália Bertolassi, Tercília Barbosa, Renata Bolibio, Fernanda Figueiredo, Maria Silvia Setubal, Maria Augusta Gibelli, Ana Gomes, Raquel Ferreira, Rossana Francisco and Lisandra Bernardes

Nurses’ symptom management and views on death and caring for heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Miho Matsui

Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats analysis of being an oncology nurse: a Turkish oncology nurses’ perspective Sevinç Kutlutürkan and Kamile Kırca

Palliative pain: putting the patient back in control of their analgesia

Jordan Munro and Graham Grove

Research Roundup

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