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Living in Death’s Shadow: Family Experiences of Terminal Care and Irreplaceable Loss

07 November 2017

Cancer Nursing Practice

Book review

We live longer and healthier lives than our ancestors. Even though we are living longer, the sobering fact is our dying takes longer too.

Insight series refreshing in this age of medicalisation

12 June 2007

Nursing Standard


I would like to congratulate Nursing Standard for the recent Insight series of articles. I particularly enjoyed the one on reflection by Christopher Johns (features...

Healing in a Hospital: Scientific evidence that spiritual healing improves health

21 February 2018

Nursing Standard

Book review

Sandy Edwards first experienced healing therapy when she sought relief from psoriasis. She found hypnosis helped with the skin condition and with quitting smoking,...
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