An integrative review of how families are prepared for, and supported during withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in intensive care

Family centred care before and during life-sustaining treatment withdrawal in intensive care: a survey of information provided to families by australasian critical care nurses

How nurses prepare families for treatment withdrawal in intensive care: results of an australasian survey

Something normal in a very, very abnormal environment – nursing work to honour the life of dying infants and children in neonatal and paediatric intensive care in Australia

Corrigendum to “Undergraduate nursing students’ performance in recognising and responding to sudden patient deterioration in high psychological fidelity simulated environments: An Australian multi-centre study” [Nurse Educ. Today 34(5) (May 2014) 691-696].

Navigating communication with families during withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in intensive care : a qualitative descriptive study in australia and new zealand

The state of critical care nursing education in europe : an international survey

Nursing care for the families of the dying child/infant in paediatric and neonatal icu: nurses’ emotional talk and sources of discomfort. a mixed methods study

Nurses caring for dying patients and their families in paediatric and neonatal icu : a linguistic inquiry approach

Patient deterioration education: Evaluation of face-to-face simulation and e-simulation approaches

International nursing advanced competency-based training for intensive care :a urope-wide survey

How the observed create ethical dilemmas for the observers: experiences from studies conducted in clinical settings in the uk and Australia