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UTILITY OF THE ‘SURPRISE QUESTION’ IN A DAY THERAPY PALLIATIVE CARE PRACTICE; SHOULD SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE BE FOCUSING ON TOTAL SYMPTOM BURDEN AND COMPLEXITY RATHER THAN PROGNOSTICATION?

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    Gishen F, Eades J, Tookman A
    UTILITY OF THE ‘SURPRISE QUESTION’ IN A DAY THERAPY PALLIATIVE CARE PRACTICE; SHOULD SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE BE FOCUSING ON TOTAL SYMPTOM BURDEN AND COMPLEXITY RATHER THAN PROGNOSTICATION?

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    • First published March 1, 2014.
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    March 01, 2014

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