End of Life Journal Archives

Content tagged with Motor neurone disease

A Palliative Holistic Approach to MND Using Music Therapy

Dr Helen Mackinnon, Elizabeth (Liz) Upham

This article details the role of music therapy (MT) in the palliative care of a 66-year-old woman (Liz) living with severe disabilities caused by motor neurone disease. It forms part of a small but growing body of case-related evidence designed to support the use of MT in palliative care. It... Read full article

Non-Invasive Ventilation: New Challenges For Hospice Nurses

Ruth Palmer

Specialist palliative care units such as hospices are increasingly providing care for patients with non-malignant conditions. However, that means that palliative care nurses require education and training in the care of people with a variety of conditions, not just cancer. Also, palliative care nurses need to understand that they cannot... Read full article

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