BMC Palliative Care

Papers
(The H4-Index of BMC Palliative Care is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Family experiences with palliative care for children at home: a systematic literature review51
How views of oncologists and haematologists impacts palliative care referral: a systematic review49
Patients’ experiences of eHealth in palliative care: an integrative review43
Compassion in healthcare: an updated scoping review of the literature42
Using the technology acceptance model to explore health provider and administrator perceptions of the usefulness and ease of using technology in palliative care40
Nurses’ knowledge and attitudes towards palliative care and death: a learning intervention36
Examining public knowledge, attitudes and perceptions towards palliative care: a mixed method sequential study34
Caregiver burden among informal caregivers in the largest specialized palliative care unit in Malaysia: a cross sectional study32
Knowledge, attitude, confidence, and educational needs of palliative care in nurses caring for non-cancer patients: a cross-sectional, descriptive study32
Burnout and resilience among Canadian palliative care physicians30
Barriers to advance care planning: a qualitative study of seriously ill Chinese patients and their families28
Evidence on the economic value of end-of-life and palliative care interventions: a narrative review of reviews26
Parental bereavement – impact of death of neonates and children under 12 years on personhood of parents: a systematic scoping review26
What makes palliative care needs “complex”? A multisite sequential explanatory mixed methods study of patients referred for specialist palliative care25
Physicians’ clinical prediction of survival in head and neck cancer patients in the palliative phase23
How nurses support family caregivers in the complex context of end-of-life home care: a qualitative study23
Advance care planning conversations in primary care: a quality improvement project using the Serious Illness Care Program22
Decision making in the end-of-life care of patients who are terminally ill with cancer – a qualitative descriptive study with a phenomenological approach from the experience of healthcare workers22
Factors influencing the integration of a palliative approach in intensive care units: a systematic mixed-methods review21
What do you mean by “palliative sedation”?21
A qualitative study of bereaved family caregivers: feeling of security, facilitators and barriers for rural home care and death for persons with advanced cancer21
Barthel Index is a valid and reliable tool to measure the functional independence of cancer patients in palliative care21
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