Indian Journal of Palliative Care
Open access journal 
  Print this page Email this page   Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size Users online: 1072  
     Home | About | Feedback | Login 
  Current Issue Back Issues Editorial Board Authors and Reviewers How to Subscribe Advertise with us Contact Us Analgesic Prescription  
Read this article

 


    Article Cited by others

ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Palliative care services for Indian migrants in Australia: Experiences of the family of terminally Ill patients

Shanmugasundaram Sujatha, OęSQĽConnor Margaret

Year : 2009| Volume: 15| Issue : 1 | Page no: 76-83

   This article has been cited by
 
1 Pain relief, spiritual needs, and family support: Three central areas in intercultural palliative care
Ingrid Hanssen,Gry Pedersen
Palliative and Supportive Care. 2013; : 1
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
2 Negotiating palliative care in the context of culturally and linguistically diverse patients
A. Broom,P. Good,E. Kirby,Z. Lwin
Internal Medicine Journal. 2013; 43(9): 1043
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
3 Behind the rhetoric - is palliative care equitably available for all?
Rosalind Lau,Margaret OśConnor
Contemporary Nurse. 2012; : 767
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
4 Behind the rhetoric: Is palliative care equitably available for all?
Rosalind Lau,Margaret OíConnor
Contemporary Nurse. 2012; 43(1): 56
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
5 Behind the rhetoric: Is palliative care equitably available for all?
Lau, R. and Ośconnor, M.
Contemporary Nurse. 2012; 43(1): 56-63
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar]
6 What does the informal caregiver of a terminally ill cancer patient need A study from a cancer centre
Khan Joad, A., Mayamol, T.C., Chaturvedi, M.
Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 2011; 17(3): 191-196
[Pubmed]  [Google Scholar]

 

Online since 1st October '05
Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow