Bibliography

Mary Potter Hospice Publications 1992 – 2013

2013

  • Taylor, E. J., Simmonds, S., Earp, R., & Tibble, P. (accepted for publication October 2013). Maori perspectives on hospice. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care.
  • McGeorge, J. (2013). New Zealand Hospice Clinical Director inspired by UK hospices.  http://dyingmatters.org/blog/nz-hospice-clinical-director-inspired-uk-hospices
  • Taylor, E. J., & Brander, P. Hospice patient and family carer perspectives on nurse spiritual assessment. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 15 (6), 347-354.
  • Savage, R. (2013). RMTh Profile: Raeline Savage. MUST: A newsletter from Music Therapy New Zealand, Jul/Aug, 6-7. (Previously music therapist at MPH).
  • Taylor, E. J. (2013). New Zealand hospice nurses’ self-rated comfort in conducting spiritual assessment. International Journal of Palliative Care Nursing, 19(4), 178-185.

2012

  • Bickley Asher, J. (2012). Second commentary on case study. Nursing Ethics, 19 (4), 587-588.
  • Ensor B., Cohen D. (2012). Benchmarking benzodiazepines and antipyschotics in the last 24 hours of life. New Zealand Medical Journal, 125 (1355), 19-30.
  • Taylor, E.J., Ensor B., & Stanley J. (2012). Place of death related to demographic factors for hospice patients in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. Palliative Medicine, 26(4), 342-349.
  • Wrigley, H., & Johnston Taylor, B. (2012). Oral care for hospice patients with severe trismus. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 16 (2), 113-114.

2011

  • Ensor, B. R., & Middlemiss, T. P. (2011). Benchmarking opioids in the last 24 hours of life. Internal Medicine Journal, 41(2), 179-185.
  • Miller, L., & Taylor, E. J. (2011). ‘Heart art’: Bringing hospice art therapy to the public. European Journal of Palliative Care, 18 (3), 140-143.
  • Taylor, E. J. (2011). Guest editorial: Hospice and palliative care: A growing and needed international phenomenon. Home Healthcare Nurse, 29 (3), 133-134.

2010

  • Taylor, E. J. (2010). Spiritual assessment (Chapter 33). In B. R. Ferrell & N. Coyle (Eds.). Textbook of Palliative Nursing Care (3rd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Taylor, E. J. (2010). Spiritual responses to cancer (Chapter 73). In C. H. Yarbro, D. Wujcik, & B. H. Gobel (Eds.). Cancer Nursing: Principles and Practice (7th ed). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

2009

  • Pender, V. (2009). A Vital and relevant life: A Morenian approach in palliative care. Australia New Zealand Psychodrama Association Journal, (18), 66-80.
  • Taylor, E. J., & Holmes, P. (2009). Palliative care in the home: An Aotearoa New Zealand perspective. Home Healthcare Nurse, 27(4): 207-212.

2004

  • Carter, H., MacLeod R. D., Brander, P., & McPherson, K. (2004). Living with a terminal illness: Patients’ priorities. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 45 (6): 611-620.
  • McLeod, R. D., Vella-Brincart, J., & McLeod, A. D. (2004).  The palliative care handbook. Wellington: The Genesis Oncology Trust.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2004). The pain of it all (Editorial). New Zealand Family Physician, 31 (2), 65-66.

2003

  • Dunn, A., Carter, J., & Carter, H. (2003). Anemia at the end of life: Prevalence, significance and causes in patients receiving palliative care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 26 (6): 1132-1139.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2003). Wisdom and the practice of palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 19 (2), 123-126.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2003). Psycho-social care for non-malignant disease in Lloyd-Williams, M. (Ed.). Psychosocial issues in palliative care. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2003). From New Zealand – commentary on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide: A view from EAPC Ethics Task Force. Palliative Medicine, 17 (2): 146-147.
  • MacLeod, R. D., Parkin, C., Pullon, S. R., & Robertson, G. (2003). Early clinical exposure to people who are dying: Learning to care at the end of life. Medical Education, 37, 51-58.

2002

  • Carter, H., McKinlay, E., Scott, I., Wise, D., & MacLeod, R. D. (2002). Impact of a hospital palliative care service: Perspective of the hospital staff. Journal of Palliative Care, 18 (3), 160-167.
  • Hill, N. (2002). Use of quality-of-life scores in care planning in a hospice setting: The theme of revelation. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 8(12): 591-593.
  • MacLeod, R.D. (2002): Doctors’ anxieties in end-of-life care. Current Therapeutics, 57-59.

2001

  • MacLeod, R.D. (2001). On reflection: Doctors learning to care for people who are dying. Social Science & Medicine, 52, 1719-1727.
  • MacLeod, R.D. (2001). Learning from Sir William Osler about the teaching of palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 17(4), 265-269.
  • MacLeod, R.D. (2001). A National strategy for palliative care in New Zealand. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 4, 70-74.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2001). Palliative care. New Ethicals Journal, April.
  • McLeod, R. D., & McFelin, A. (2001). Bereavement in Galletly, D. (Ed.). Resuscitation; Level seven (Medical provider). New Zealand Resuscitation Council Inc, Wellington, p 259-262.

2000

  • Donaldson, N., Carter, H., & Green R. (2000). Quality of information on hospice referral. British Journal of General Practice, 50, 219-220.
  • McLeod, R. D. (2000). Respiratory symptoms in palliative care. New Ethicals Journal, January.
  • MacLeod, R.D., & Martin, A. (2000). The status of hospice and palliative care in New Zealand. European Journal of Palliative Care, 7(5), 175-177.
  • MacLeod, R.D. (2000). Learning to care: A medical perspective. Palliative Medicine, 14(3), 209-216.
  • MacLeod, R.D., & Vella-Brincat, J. (2000). The Palliative Care Handbook. Novartis, New Zealand.
  • Massarotto, A., Carter, H., MacLeod, R.D., & Donaldson, N. (2000). Hospital referrals to a hospice: Timing of referrals, referrers’ expectations and the nature of referral information. Journal of Palliative Care, 16(3), 22-29.

1999

  • Carter, H., MacLeod, R. D., Hicks E., & Carter, J. (1999). The development of funding policies for hospice services: Is casemix- based funding an option? New Zealand Medical Journal, 112, 236-239.
  • McLeod, R. D. (1999). Palliative care. New Ethicals Journal, January.
  • MacLeod, R.D., Carter, H. (1999). Health professionals’ perception of hope: Understanding its significance in the care of people who are dying. Mortality, 4(3), 309-317.
  • MacLeod, R.D., & Robertson, G. (1999). Teaching about living and dying: Medical undergraduate palliative care education in Wellington, New Zealand. Education for Health, 12(2), 185-192.
  • McLeod, R. D., & Royle, D. (1999). Management of constipation in palliative care.  New Ethicals Journal, June.
  • McLeod, R. D., & Royle, D. (1999). The management of malignant bone pain. New Ethicals Journal, November.
  • MacLeod, R.D., & Schumacher, M. (1999). Hospice management. European Journal of Palliative Care, 6(6), 194-197.
  • Roessler, A., Carter, H., Campbell, L., & MacLeod, R.D. (1999). Diversity among hospice volunteers: A challenge for the development of a responsive volunteer programme. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care, 16(5):1-13.
  • Royle, D., MacLeod, R.D. (1999). Management of constipation in palliative care. New Ethicals Journal, 2(6), 55-59.

1998

  • Carter, H., & McKenna, C. Responses to multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease. Palliative Medicine, 12, 383-394
  • MacLeod, R. D. (1998). Palliative care (Towards 2000). New Ethicals Journal 1 (1), 32.
  • MacLeod, R. D. (1998). Palliative care. New Ethicals Journal 1 (5), 20-21.
  • MacLeod, R. D. (1998).Nausea and vomiting in palliative care. New Ethicals Journal 1(6), 41-46.
  • Robertson, G. (1998). Knowing how to care for the dying. Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand, 4(10), 2.
  • Twycross, R., & Back, I. (1998). The management of nausea and vomiting in advanced cancer. European Journal of Palliative Care, 5 (2), 39-45. [MacLeod, R.D. contributing author]

1997

  • MacLeod, R. D. (1997). All patients need doctors who care as well as cure. New Zealand Family Physician, 24(3).
  • McLeod, R. D. (1997). Providing care when there is no cure. New Zealand Family Physician, 24 (3).
  • McLeod, R. (1997). All patients need doctors who care as well as cure. New Zealand Family Physician, 24 (6).
  • MacLeod R. D., & James, C. R. (1997). Improving the effectiveness of palliative care education. Palliative Medicine, 11(5), 375-80.
  • McLeod, R. D., & Vella-Brincat, J. (1995).  The Palliative Care Handbook.
  • McKinlay, E. (1997). Within the circle of care: Patient experiences of receiving palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 3(5).
  • Robertson, G. (1997). Palliative nursing in New Zealand. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 3(5). 244.

1996

  • Carter, H., & MacInnes, P. (1996). Nursing attitudes to the care of elderly patients at risk of continuing hospital care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24, 448-455.

1994

  • McLeod, R. D., Nash, A. (1994). Multidisciplinary education in palliative care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 8 (3).
  • McLeod, R. D., Nash, A., & Charny, M. (1994). Evaluating palliative care education.  European Journal of Cancer Care, 3(4), 163-168.

1993

  • Hodge, B. (1993). Uncovering the ethic of care. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 8 (2), 13-22.

1992

  • Hodge, B. (1992). Practising within an ethic of care. Nursing Times, 88, 14.