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jackie robinson
palliative care nurse practitioner researcher....cares about inequities and social justice in palliative care
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Merryn Gott Aug 11
New blog: the SHARE intervention we developed to promote good palliative care in Aged Care is making a difference and hitting the news
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Merryn Gott Aug 6
“It’s like being trapped in the dark place”: when asked older people provide highly sophisticated definitions of loneliness. Check out latest blog
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Jul 30
'Comparison of financial support for family caregivers of people at the end of life across six countries: A descriptive study' co-authored by and
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HQSCNZ Jul 28
A Window on the Quality of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Health Care 2019 – a View on Māori Health Equity, published today by the Commission, highlights a pattern of inequities between Māori and non-Māori over their lifetimes. Read the full report here:
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JennyParr Jul 26
So proud of this nurse who trained at Charing Cross in London who has made such an impact in New Zealand for the nursing profession! New Head of School - Nursing Worthy of an imperial badge methinks
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Merryn Gott Jul 26
"Loneliness can kill". Great coverage of the Age Concern Nelson Tasman hui where we shared our research
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Merryn Gott Jul 23
Tyson the horse visiting rest homes -just one of the great initiatives being undertaken by AgeConnect Nelson to promote connection for older people
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Aileen Collier Jul 25
And for some people, it just is the safer place and indeed their preferred place to be from their perspective. For some people a hospital death is indeed a ‘good death’ See for example the work of colleague
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jackie robinson Jul 23
"We dont want sympathy", challenging the stigma of lonliness in older people
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jackie robinson Jul 23
Befriending service reduces lonliness in older people but barriers exist
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jackie robinson Jul 23
Replying to @MerrynGott
Companionship and connection is culturally situated within communities
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jackie robinson Jul 23
Social connectedness and lonliness in older people
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jackie robinson Jul 23
Inspired to be part of this community hui
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Merryn Gott Jul 18
We have evidence from a recent study about effectiveness of Accredited Visiting Service in reducing loneliness
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Andrew Old Jul 18
Excited to be part of this international project looking for effective interventions to reduce and/or . Please help us out and share widely!
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Jul 17
Interested in palliative care? The Te Ārai: Palliative and End of Life Research Group Seminar Series is happening next month! Check out the upcoming events in Auckland and Waikato.
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Merryn Gott Jul 16
Important new paper led by
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Merryn Gott Jul 7
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jackie robinson Jul 7
Replying to @grantrobertson1
Fabulous news
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Lucas Morin Jul 5
I am delighted to be a guest editor for a special issue of about in palliative and end-of-life care, together with my colleague Professor Bregje Onwuteaka-Philipsen from Deadline for submissions: 17 April 2020
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