An annotated bibliography of the publications of Cicely Saunders--2: 1968-77

Clark, David
November 1999
Palliative Medicine;1999, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p485
Academic Journal
Part II. Presents an annotated bibliography of the published work of Cicely Saunders, founder of the modern hospice movement. Goal of stimulating the interest of people involved in modern palliative care; Includes the article on bedsores in the periodical `Lancet'; Article on care of the dying in the periodical `Nursing Outlook.'


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