Published quarterly in print and continuously online, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care aims to connect many disciplines and specialties throughout the world by providing high quality, clinically relevant research, reviews, comment, information and news of international importance. We hold an inclusive view of supportive and palliative care research and we are able to call on expertise to critique the whole range of methodologies within the subject, including those working in transitional research, clinical trials, epidemiology, behavioural sciences, ethics and health service research.
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Continuation of non-essential medications in actively dying hospitalised patients (13 September, 2017)
Feasibility and acceptability of a patient-reported outcome intervention in chronic heart failure (1 September, 2017)
Integrating palliative care into neurology services: what do the professionals say? (3 August, 2017)
Determinants of hospital death in haematological cancers: findings from a qualitative study (29 June, 2017)
Home palliative care works: but how? A meta-ethnography of the experiences of patients and family caregivers (23 February, 2017)