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Experiences of nurses working in palliative care
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Experiences of Nurses working in Palliative Care Elmira Mah Undergraduate dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for a BSc (Hons) Nursing, Adult Pathway MAY 2013 School of Health AUTHOR’S DECLARATION: The work submitted here is the author’s own work and has not been submitted wholly or in part for any academic award or qualification other than that for which it is now submitted…
I wish to express my gratitude to my supervisor, Mike for being there for me and taking time out of your busy schedule to meet up with me and giving me valuable advice and guidance, once again a massive thank you. A special thank you to my family in Cameroon, especially my mother who have been my pillar of strength, and her unending prayers for my success. To my sister Quinta and my brother Collins, thank you all for your support and encouragement and I pray and wish for better things for you both. Finally to my better half Tiga, thanks for your enduring patient and coping mechanism when I was really down and stress, thank you so much for your understanding. Abstract The aim of this critical literature review aim is to investigate the experiences of Nurses working in the field of palliative care. It will examine at length using qualitative methods and only primary research papers. The objectives inherent in this field of nursing include symptom suppression as well as psychological support for patients and families alike. This review will provide the reader with current literature on the identified subject. ...
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