Affiliation: University of Surrey
- Breaking bad news revisited: the push for negotiated disclosure and changing practice implicationsAnne Arber
European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 9:166-72. 2003....
- Malignant pleural effusion in the palliative care settingAnne Arber
University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7TE, England
Int J Palliat Nurs 19:320, 322-5. 2013..Treatment goals are concerned with the relief or elimination of dyspnoea, restoration of near-normal activity and function, and avoidance of inpatient care...
- 'It's all bad news': the first 3 months following a diagnosis of malignant pleural mesotheliomaAnne Arber
School of Health and Social Care, University of Surrey, Duke of Kent Building, Guildford, Surrey, UK
Psychooncology 22:1528-33. 2013..This study explores patient's experience during the first 3 months following a diagnosis of malignant pleural mesothelioma...
- Finding the right kind of support: a study of carers of those with a primary malignant brain tumourAnne Arber
Duke of Kent Building, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Eur J Oncol Nurs 17:52-8. 2013..The study took a grounded theory approach and data were analysed using the constant comparative method generating categories and themes that are grounded in the data...
- Generosity and the moral imagination in the practice of teamworkAnne Arber
University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Nurs Ethics 16:775-85. 2009..The topic of generosity, although contextualized in a UK setting, has relevance to other cultural contexts...
- Is pain what the patient says it is? Interpreting an account of painAnne Arber
European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Duke of Kent Building, Stag Hill, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7TE, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 10:491-6. 2004..Some of the problems related to interpreting an account of pain are discussed and suggestions are made for developing pain assessment, education and research...
- Forum for Applied Education and Training: Rethinking pain assessmentAnne Arber
Cancer and Palliative Care, European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Eur J Cancer Care (Engl) 15:200-7. 2006
- "Pain talk" in hospice and palliative care team meetings: an ethnographyAnne Arber
Pathway Leader, Cancer and Palliative Care, European Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU7 TE, UK
Int J Nurs Stud 44:916-26. 2007..Specialist palliative care nurses have considerable expertise in pain management and this expertise can contribute to tension in the boundary between specialist nurses and non-specialist doctors...
- A study of patients with a primary malignant brain tumour and their carers: symptoms and access to servicesAnne Arber
Pathway Leader Cancer Care, Faculty of Health Na Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kindom
Int J Palliat Nurs 16:24-30. 2010..To investigate the symptom experience, access to supportive care services and rehabilitation of patients with a primary malignant brain tumour (PMBT) and their carers...
- The lived experience of patients with pleural mesotheliomaNicola Hughes
Macmillan Nurse Specialists, The Beacon, Guildford, Surrey, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 14:66-71. 2008..In conclusion, there is a lack of attention to the emotional needs of this group of patients, which means that supportive care resources are not being accessed in a timely and flexible manner...
- Service users' experience of receiving bad news about their mental healthAnn Gallagher
International Centre for Nursing Ethics, Division of Health and Social Care, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey project conducted when employed by Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University and St George s University of London, Guilford, Surrey, UK
J Ment Health 19:34-42. 2010..The breaking and receipt of bad news is little referred to in the mental health literature, particularly from a service user perspective...
- Malignant fungating wounds: a survey of nurses' clinical practice in SwitzerlandSebastian Probst
Division of Health and Social Care, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7TE, UK
Eur J Oncol Nurs 13:295-8. 2009..The aim of this study was to investigate how many patients with a malignant fungating wounds did nurses see and what kind of difficulties in caring for patients with a malignant fungating wound did nurses experience...
- Team meetings in specialist palliative care: asking questions as a strategy within interprofessional interactionAnne Arber
University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom
Qual Health Res 18:1323-35. 2008..g., Saunders). This article examines the rhetorical accomplishment of teamwork in specialist palliative care settings...
- Negotiated reorienting: a grounded theory of nurses' end-of-life decision-making in the intensive care unitAnn Gallagher
University of Surrey, UK
Int J Nurs Stud 52:794-803. 2015..These issues are particularly challenging for nurses when there are varying degrees of uncertainty regarding prognosis. Little is known about nurses' end-of-life (EoL) decision-making practice across cultures...
- First assessments by specialist cancer nurses in the community: an ethnographyElizabeth Gamlen
The Beacon Centre, Virgin Care Ltd, Guildford, Surrey G22 7WW, UK
Eur J Oncol Nurs 17:797-801. 2013..The aim of the study is to explore how specialist cancer nurses carry out first assessments of patients in the community, their use of the Symptoms and Concerns Checklist (SCC) and their views on first assessments...
- Restoring a sense of wellness following colorectal cancer: a grounded theoryNicola Beech
St Catherine s Hospice, Crawley, UK
J Adv Nurs 68:1134-44. 2012..This paper reports a study to develop a grounded theory to explain the experience of recovery following surgery for colorectal cancer...
- The construction of troubled and credible patients: a study of emotion talk in palliative care settingsSarah Li
Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University, United Kingdom
Qual Health Res 16:27-46. 2006..The authors argue that emotion talk is significant because it reveals how nurses manage conflict and tension in talk-in-interaction...