End of Life Care
 
End of Life Care Journal

The journal is written for the front line nurse working in hospital, community and care homes. It will contain articles on practice development, research, reviews of current or new studies, ethical decision-making, the law, debate, case reports and comment pieces all pitched at the appropriate depth and level.

The first issue of End Of Life Care can be accessed free here.
All other issues are available to subscribers only. To view previous journals click here

Highlights of Vol 4 Issue 3: August 2010

  • Editorial: Issues relating to nutrition and hydration at end of life
  • Clinical Skills: Communication vignettes: 'How seriously ill is she, nurse?'
  • Clinical Reviews: Signs and symptoms of end-stage idiopathic Parkinson's disease
  • End of life care and the cost of funerals increasing
  • Personal Narrative: Witnessing the slow death of my father

Click here for full contents and articles of Volume 4 No. 3

Want to write for End of Life Care? Click here for guidelines for authors.

End of Life Care Journal Prize Draw Winner for July is Nicki Hughes a MacMillan Nurse Specialist from Guildford, Surrey.

This Journal provides Nurses working in Hospitals, Care Homes and Community settings with evidence-based articles and information so that they can give more effective care to dying patients and their families/friends.