Here is a selection of media articles and publications that the team worked on in 2012. Happy reading.
- Tackling the gap between where people want to die (at home) and current practice. Croakey – the Crikey health blog. D.Horsfall, K. Noonan. Nov 30 2012. Reflecting on the 2012 Australian Senate report on ‘Palliative Care Services in Australia’ and the recent announcement of the NSW Government plan for increasing access to palliative care services.
- Bringing our dying home: How caring for someone at end of life builds social capital and develops compassionate communities. Available online here: Health Sociology Review Special edition – Culture, Death and Dying with Dignity Vol 21 Issue 4. Publication 2013.
- Caring and the generation of social capital: Two models for a positive relationship. International Journal of Social Welfare Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 44–52, January 2012.
- Working together–apart: Exploring the relationships between formal and informal care networks for people dying at home. Debbie Horsfall; Rosemary Leonard; Kerrie Noonan; John Rosenberg. Progress in Palliative Care (ISSN: 09699260) Appeared or available online: 25 January 2013
- Circles of Care: Should community development redefine the practice of palliative care? BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. Published online 5 March 2013
This article was lead by Dr Julian Abel, and contributed to by the CAEOL research team.
- Informal network essential for people who want to die at home This is an article recently published in The Conversation written by team member and Director of Calvary Centre for Palliative Care Research Dr John Rosenberg. 12 Feb 2013
- Listen here to Simon Wallace on ABC Riverina radio interview Associate Professor Debbie Horsfall about the research. 6 Feb 2013.
- Through the looking glass: Provoking progression in practice development? Invited paper submitted to International Practice Development Journal. Under review
- Developing person centred care through the use of autobiography. International Practice Development Journal. Under review.
- Identifying changes in the support networks of end of life carers using social network analysis. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. Under review.