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  • Vic Larcher, Finella Craig, Kiran Bhogal, Dominic Jc Wilkinson, Joe Brierley
  • Medicine
  • Archives of disease in childhood
  • 2015 (First Published: 1 May 2015)
  • It is now more than 18 years since the late Professor David Baum wrote the foreword to the first Withholding and Withdrawing Life Saving Treatment in Children document. Since then the practice ofContinue Reading
  • Katherine Twamley, Finella Craig, Paula Kelly, Delia Rizpah Hollowell, Patricia Barrientos Mendoza, Myra Bluebond-Langner
  • Medicine
  • Journal of child health care : for professionals…
  • 2014 (First Published: 1 March 2014)
  • Referrals to children's palliative care services typically occur late in the illness trajectory, with many children who would benefit not referred at all. Previous studies report health careContinue Reading
  • Henry Llewellyn, Louise Jones, +4 authors Myra Bluebond-Langner
  • Medicine
  • BMJ supportive & palliative care
  • 2015 (First Published: 1 September 2015)
  • OBJECTIVE We sought to understand how healthcare professionals (HCP) conceptualise spirituality among seriously ill children and young people (CYP) and their families, and their experiences inContinue Reading
  • Rob George, Finella Craig
  • Medicine
  • 2009 (First Published: 1 March 2009)
  • Adolescents occupy a world between paediatric and adult palliative practice. Here we consider what is particular to adolescence, that physical, cognitive and emotional change during which the adultContinue Reading
    Adolescents occupy a world between paediatric and adult palliative practice. Here we consider what is particular to adolescence, that physical, cognitive and emotional change during which the adultContinue Reading