Items where SHU Author is "Skilbeck, Julie"

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KEEN, Carol, SKILBECK, Julie, ROSS, Helen, SMITH, Lauren, COLLINS, Karen, DIXEY, Joanne, WALTERS, Stephen, GREENFIELD, Diana, SNOWDEN, John and MAWSON, Susan (2018). Is it feasible to conduct a randomised controlled trial of pretransplant exercise (prehabilitation) for patients with multiple myeloma awaiting autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation? Protocol for the PREeMPT study. BMJ Open, 8 (3).

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KEEN, Carol, SKILBECK, Julie, ROSS, Helen, LAUREN, Smith, COLLINS, Karen, DIXEY, Joanne, WALTERS, Stephen, GREENFIELD, Diana, SNOWDEN, John and MAWSON, Susan (2018). Is it feasible to conduct a randomised controlled trial of pretransplant exercise (prehabilitation) for patients with multiple myeloma awaiting autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation? Protocol for the PREeMPT study. BMJ Open, 8 (3).

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SKILBECK, Julie, ARTHUR, Antony and SEYMOUR, Jane (2018). Making sense of frailty: An ethnographic study of the experience of older people living with complex health problems. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 13 (1).

BREEZE, Jayne, COOPER, Carol, KYDD, Angela, MONKS, Suzanne, TURNER, James, SKILBECK, Julie and WILSON, Eleanor (2018). Palliative and end-of-life care in mental health. In: WRIGHT, Karen and MCKEOWN, Mick, (eds.) Essentials of Mental Health Nursing. Sage.

SKILBECK, Julie (2016). Outcome measures can enhance palliative care. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 22 (12), p. 575.

SKILBECK, Julie (2015). Death cafés: a place where students can talk too. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 21 (7), p. 315.

SKILBECK, J., PAYNE, S. A., INGLETON, M. C., NOLAN, M., CAREY, I. and HANSON, A. (2005). An exploration of family carers’ experience of respite services in one specialist palliative care unit. Palliative medicine., 19 (8), 610-618.

SKILBECK, J. and PAYNE, S. (2004). End of life care: a discursive analysis of specialist palliative care nursing. Journal of advanced nursing., 51 (4), 325-334.

SKILBECK, J. and PAYNE, S. (2003). Emotional support and the role of the clinical nurse specialists in palliative care. Journal of advanced nursing., 43 (5), 521-530.

SKILBECK, J., CORNER, J., BATH, P., BEECH, N., CLARK, D., HUGHES, P., DOUGLAS, H. R., HALLIDAY, D., HAVILAND, J., MARPLES, R., NORMAND, C., SEYMOUR, J. and WEBB, T. (2002). Clinical Nurse Specialists in palliative care. Part 1: a description of the Macmillan Nurse caseload. Palliative medicine., 16 (4), 285-296.

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