|R 726||Ethical and moral aspects of terminal care|
|R 726.8||Terminal care|
|Terminal care. Paediatrics|
|RT||Nursing. Terminal care.|
|HV 3000||Social work. Terminally ill|
|HQ 1073||Thanatology. Death. Dying (Social Sciences)|
|BD 443.8||Death. Dying. Philosophy|
|BJ 1469||Death. Dying. Ethics|
|BF 575 .G7||Grief. Bereavement. Separation|
R classifications are shelved on level 3 of the Central Library. HQ is shelved in level 8 and the B’s are shelved on level 11.
Below is a selective list of journals the Library has electronic access to. Always check the Library catalogue for complete holdings.
A Library catalogue search using subject keyword pain treatment periodicals also retrieves a number of journals that may be useful.
You can search within any of the journals listed above, or browse the table-of-contents of their issues.
To search across a range of journals, use the Health Sciences databases.
These databases index articles from the journals listed on this page, as well as many others:-
CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature)
CareSearch Database of evidence based palliative care literature
Hospice New Zealand
Click on the Links tab for a list of useful web sites.
Knowledge and Skills Framework for Cancer Nurses (MoH, NZNO & CNC)
Advance Care Planning (ACP)
Information for anyone wanting to talk about or plan for future health care and end of life care - whether if is for you, a loved one, or your patients
World Health Organization
Use the search box to search this site for palliative care reports.
ehospice international news on hospice, palliative, and end of life care
A Good Death a video for patients (as well as their families and caregivers) with COPD
Midhurst Macmillan Community Specialist Palliative Care Service: Delivering end-of-life care in the community. A case study of a community-based, consultant-led, specialist palliative care service in a rural community in the south of England. The service covers approximately 150,000 people across three counties.
After Cicely A film about Asian Women in Palliative Care
TED talk by a hospice counsellor "Rethinking the bucket list"
The Economist, Quality of Death Index 2015 Ranking palliative care across the world
Being Mortal (USA Public Broadcasting Service) Investigates the relationships doctors have with their dying patients