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Caring for older people.
  • C. Hull
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Professional nurse
  • 1 April 1999
The best ebooks about Caring For Older People that you can get for free here by download this Caring For Older People and save to your desktop. This ebooks is under topic such as unit 28: caring forExpand
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Living with economic hardship at the end of life
Background Dying patients and their families often face an added burden of economic hardship, especially if they have become ill in the years before expected retirement. In Australia, patients canExpand
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The Impact of Equalization on Service Delivery
The operation of the horizontal fiscal equalisation (HFE) system between the Australian States has had an impact on service delivery. It redistributes funds among State governments to give each ofExpand
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‘Travelling alongside’: Patients’, carers’ and health careprofessionals’ experiences of the Calvary Health Care Bethlehem model of specialist palliative care
The Menzies Centre for Health Policy was commissioned by Calvary Health Care Bethlehem (CHCB),Caulfield, Melbourne to describe their specialist palliative care service, with emphasis on theExpand
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Climate change and poverty : an integrated strategy for adaptation
Developing countries are most exposed to the impact of climate change and within these countries, the poor face the brunt of the burden. Climate change is not a discrete problem that can be dealtExpand
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U.S. Envoy In Sri Lanka, Washington Mulls Change In Ties
  • C. Hull
  • Political Science
  • 8 December 2009
Is "Help" Helpful?: Analyzing Foreign Aid in Context of Scale
Foreign aid comes in many forms. Foreign aid ranges from large-scale disaster relief to small-scale individual projects within communities. Most aid efforts have the same goal – to help those whoExpand
Economic hardship at the end of life: The experiences of patients and carers receiving specialist palliative care
Introduction/Background: Palliative care patients and their family carers have complex needs and must access a range of support services to manage at home and maintain their quality of life. PayingExpand
Specialist palliative care: Current and future service challenges
Introduction/Background: Those working in palliative care face several current challenges, including: to reach beyond cancer and the physical to other dimensions of care; to start much earlier thanExpand