Indian Journal of Palliative Care
Open access journal 
  Print this page Email this page   Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size Users online: 1287  
     Home | About | Feedback | Login 
  Current Issue Back Issues Editorial Board Authors and Reviewers How to Subscribe Advertise with us Contact Us Analgesic Prescription  
  » Site Statistics 
  » Addresses 
  » Search 
  » My Preferences 
  » Online Submission 
  » PG Fellowship in Palliative Medicine 

 


This article has been cited by
1The transformation process for palliative care professionals: The metamorphosis, a qualitative research study
Rafael Mota Vargas,Vinita Mahtani-Chugani,María Solano Pallero,Borja Rivero Jiménez,Raquel Cabo Domínguez,Vicente Robles Alonso
Palliative Medicine.2016;30(2)161
[DOI]
2Role Adaptation Process of Hospice Nurses
Su Young Kwak,Byoung Sook Lee
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration.2018;24(2)149
[DOI]
3Compassion Fatigue in Liver and Kidney Transplant Nurse Coordinators: A Descriptive Research Study
Sabin Kim
Progress in Transplantation.2013;23(4)329
[DOI]
4Reigniting compassion in healthcare: Manaakitia Reflective Rounds
Shamsul Shah,Ingo Lambrecht,Anne O'Callaghan
Internal Medicine Journal.2017;47(6)674
[DOI]
5Perceived needs for support among care home staff providing end of life care for people with dementia: a qualitative study
T. Vandrevala,K. Samsi,C. Rose,C. Adenrele,C. Barnes,J. Manthorpe
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.2017;32(2)155
[DOI]
6Correlates of professional burnout in a sample of employees of cell and tissue banks in Poland
Artur Kaminski,Hanna Rozenek,Jolanta Banasiewicz,Stanislaw Wójtowicz,Artur Blonski,Krzysztof Owczarek
Cell and Tissue Banking.2018;19(3)405
[DOI]
7The Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Distance Education (IPODE) project: perceived outcomes of an approach to healthcare professional education
Deborah McLeod,Janet Curran,Serge Dumont,Maureen White,Grant Charles
Journal of Interprofessional Care.2014;28(3)254
[DOI]
8Oncology nurses’ perceptions of work stress and its sources in a university-teaching hospital: A qualitative study
Dhuha Youssef Wazqar
Nursing Open.2019;6(1)100
[DOI]
9Stress Levels of Nurses in Oncology Outpatient Units
Woonhwa Ko,Norma Kiser-Larson
Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.2016;20(2)158
[DOI]
10A Retrospective Thematic Analysis of Patient, Family, and Staff Creative Art Tiles Developed on a Tertiary Palliative Care Unit
Andrew Collins,Sandy Ayre,Tiffany Brulotte,Kim Crowe,Cheryl Nekolaichuk
American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®.2020;20(2)104990912093583
[DOI]
11“It’s very humbling”: The Effect Experienced by Those Who Facilitate a Legacy Project Session Within Palliative Care
Andrew Collins
American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®.2019;36(1)65
[DOI]
12Results of a Canadian study examining the prevalence and potential for developing compassion fatigue and burnout in radiation therapists
Carol Gillies,Bonnie Bristow,Francois Gallant,Kari Osmar,Irene Lange-Mechlen,William Tyler Tran
Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice.2014;13(4)383
[DOI]
13Does self-compassion mitigate the relationship between burnout and barriers to compassion? A cross-sectional quantitative study of 799 nurses
Vinayak Dev,Antonio T. Fernando,Anecita Gigi Lim,Nathan S. Consedine
International Journal of Nursing Studies.2018;81(4)81
[DOI]
14A Comparison of Burnout Among Oncology Nurses Working in Adult and Pediatric Inpatient and Outpatient Settings
Shoni Davis,Bonnie K. Lind,Celeste Sorensen
Oncology Nursing Forum.2013;40(4)E303
[DOI]
15A Study on the Experiences of Terminal Care by Nurses in the Hospice·Palliative Care Unit
Celeste ???
Qualitative Research.2012;13(1)50
[DOI]
16The Experiences of Stress of Palliative Care Providers in Malaysia
Tan Seng Beng,Loh Ee Chin,Ng Chong Guan,Anne Yee,Cathie Wu,Subramaniam Pathmawathi,Kweh Ting Yi,Wong Sook Kuan,Lim Ee Jane,Christopher Boey Chiong Meng
American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®.2015;32(1)15
[DOI]
17The factors associated with the burnout syndrome and fatigue in Cypriot nurses: a census report
Vasilios Raftopoulos,Andreas Charalambous,Michael Talias
BMC Public Health.2012;12(1)15
[DOI]
18Effects of Type D Personality on Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, Compassion Satisfaction, and Job Stress in Clinical Nurses
Sung Reul Kim,Hye Young Kim,Jeong Hee Kang
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration.2014;20(3)272
[DOI]
19Experiences of clinical psychologists working in palliative care: A qualitative study
Laura Cramond,Ian Fletcher,Claire Rehan
European Journal of Cancer Care.2020;29(3)272
[DOI]
20An Institutional Ethnography of Nurses’ Stress
Elizabeth McGibbon,Elizabeth Peter,Ruth Gallop
Qualitative Health Research.2010;20(10)1353
[DOI]
21Employment as a predictor of mental health, psychological distress, anxiety and depression in Australian pre-registration nursing students
Lorna Jane Moxham,Ritin Fernandez,Bora Kim,Samuel Lapkin,Wilma ten Ham-Baloyi,Abbas Al Mutair
Journal of Professional Nursing.2018;34(6)502
[DOI]
22Nurses’ perceptions of the barriers in effective communication with inpatient cancer adults in Singapore
Li Hui Tay,Emily Ang,Desley Hegney
Journal of Clinical Nursing.2012;21(17-18)2647
[DOI]
23Working Through Grief and Loss: Oncology Nurses' Perspectives on Professional Bereavement
Jennifer Wenzel,Maya Shaha,Rachel Klimmek,Sharon Krumm
Oncology Nursing Forum.2011;38(4)E272
[DOI]
24Influence of type D personality on job stress and job satisfaction in clinical nurses: the mediating effects of compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction
Yeon Hee Kim,Sung Reul Kim,Yeo Ok Kim,Ji Young Kim,Hyun Kyung Kim,Hye Young Kim
Journal of Advanced Nursing.2017;73(4)905
[DOI]
25Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study on Caring Experience of Nurses Working in a Chemotherapy Ward in Korea
Ji Young Seo,Myungsun Yi
Asian Oncology Nursing.2017;17(1)55
[DOI]
26‘You’re whatever the patient needs at the time’: The impact on health and social care professionals of supporting people with epidermolysis bullosa
E. Dures,M. Morris,K. Gleeson,N. Rumsey
Chronic Illness.2010;6(3)215
[DOI]
27The Experiences of Well-being of Palliative Care Providers in Malaysia
Seng Beng Tan,Yan Li Lee,Shir Nee Tan,Tze Ying Ng,Yong Teck Teo,Poh Khuen Lim,Ee Chin Loh,Chee Long Lam
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing.2020;22(5)407
[DOI]
28Occupational stress and cognitive failure of nurses and associations with self-reported adverse events: A national cross-sectional survey
Edris Kakemam,Roholla Kalhor,Zahra Khakdel,Ali Khezri,Sancia West,Denis Visentin,Michelle Cleary
Journal of Advanced Nursing.2019;75(12)3609
[DOI]
29Professional burnout and its correlates in Polish donor transplant coordinators
Marcin Bury,Hanna Rozenek,Artur Kaminski,Jaroslaw Czerwinski,Stanislaw Wójtowicz,Jolanta Banasiewicz,Krzysztof Owczarek
Cell and Tissue Banking.2019;20(4)535
[DOI]
30Is emotional dissonance more prevalent in oncology care? Emotion work, burnout and coping
Mariann Kovács,Eszter Kovács,Katalin Hegedus
Psycho-Oncology.2010;19(8)855
[DOI]
31Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Education: Nurse Outcomes of the IPODE Project
D. L. McLeod,J. Curran,M. White
Psycho-Oncologie.2011;5(2)109
[DOI]
32Integrative Therapies in Hospice and Home Health
ESTHER L. JOHNSON,DEBORAH O'BRIEN
Home Healthcare Nurse: The Journal for the Home Care and Hospice Professional.2009;27(2)75
[DOI]
33Psychometric Characteristics of the Hebrew Version of the Professional Quality-of-Life Scale
Tali Samson,Esther Iecovich,Pesach Shvartzman
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.2016;52(4)575
[DOI]
Online since 1st October '05
Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow