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Patient surveys can be used to enable hospital management to evaluate the services they provide. This study shows high levels of patient satisfaction with the quality of their consultations and the attitude shown to them by medical staff. Patient feedback shows that despite the introduction of the Patients' Charter, waiting times from referral to… (More)
This paper reports on the experience of undergraduate speech-language pathology students at one university chosen for the implementation stage of the Palliative Care Curriculum for Undergraduates (PCC4U) Project. Funded by a government department for health and ageing through a national palliative care programme, the project was managed by a team of… (More)
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When patients are told they have systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) their first reaction is usually one of confusion followed by alarm when they have consulted a textbook. The disease is often described as serious, with life threatening complications which inevitably progress to a fatal outcome.
This is the first of two articles examining the management of systemic lupus erythematosus. This week's article explores the history, aetiology, symptoms and treatment of the disease and next week, the importance of patient education programmes is described.