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The last word

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  • Family Members' Descriptions Of End-Of-Life Care In Long-Term Care Facilities
  • A Postal Survey Was Used To Collect Data From Family Members Of Deceased Residents Of Six Long-Term
  • This Article Reports On The Results Of Thematic Analysis Of Family Member Comments Provided While Co
  • Family Comments Fell Into Two Themes: 1) Appreciation For Care And 2) Concerns With Care
  • The Appreciation For Care Theme Included The Following Subthemes: Psychosocial Support
  • Family Care
  • And Spiritual Care
  • The Concerns With Care Theme Included The Subthemes: Physical Care
  • Staffing Levels
  • Staff Knowledge
  • Physician Availability
  • Communication
  • And Physical Environment
  • This Study Identified The Need For Improvement In Eol Care Skills Among Ltc Staff And Attending Phys
  • As Such
  • There Is A Need To Implement Continuing Education To Address These Issues
  • © 2006 Centre For Bioethics
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  • Education

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ISSUE 15: Autumn–Winter 2013 Managing Your Money Living on a budget Degree Plus Boost your CV Let us take you further Careers and employability at Queen’s Return of the Mac Annie Mac reminisces about Queen’s World exclusive: Kowalski talk to QU free EDITOR’s lETTER By Emma-lOuIsE GIBsOn Welcome to QU magazine It won’t be long now until your school days are finally behind you and a shiny new life as a university student awaits – scary thought? It needn’t be, because choosing Queen’s as your student home is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make! If you want to study at a top-class university with state-of-the-art facilities, high-quality teaching standards and friendly staff, then Queen’s is where you need to be this September! Here at QU, all our writers have first-hand experience of student life at this fantastic university, so throughout the magazine, we’ll give you the real deal about studying at Queen’s without the confusing university jargon! We’ve all had the same questions that are likely filling your head at the minute: where should I live?; how do I manage my money?; can I get help with fees? We will answer all those burning questions and many more. By now you’ll be starting to think about what happens once you become a fully-fledged Queen’s student and we’ll provide you with all the information you need to make this transition easy. From accommodation to financial support, the Students’ Union to living on a budget, we cover all the bases, so you can make the right decisions for you and your time at the University. In this edition of QU, we give you an exclusive interview with popular local band Kowalski, who also feature on our free, retro, 7” vinyl single giveaway attached (you can also download the track ‘Get Back’ using the QR code and web link given, even if you don’t have a record player!). And Annie Mac returns to give the inside scoop on her time at Queen’s and how it helped her become one of Radio 1’s b

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