Naheed Hanif

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  • Journal of palliative care
  • 1991
As a member of the palliative care team, the pharmacist makes valuable contributions towards decision making regarding appropriate drug therapies. The most challenging aspect of being a palliative care pharmacist is to isolate the etiology of a symptom to facilitate optimum symptom management and suggest alternate routes and medications.
BACKGROUND Implementation of guidance on assessment and management of psychosocial and supportive-care problems or needs will be successful only if consideration is given to existing skills, experience and expectations of staff and patients. This study examines the roles and responsibilities of staff, patients and families in relation to management of(More)
In the United Kingdom, cross-cultural adaptation of questionnaires would allow for inclusivity in assessment in cancer clinics for non-English speakers. The aim was to translate the Social Difficulties Inventory (SDI-21) into Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi and undertake preliminary evaluation of translated versions. The study comprised three stages: (1)(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate, in a sample of patients of South Asian (SA) origin, the acceptability of introducing assessment of social difficulties in everyday practice, examine the range and severity of reported social difficulties and inquire about their management. DESIGN A cross-sectional study in which participants completed the Social Difficulties(More)
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