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Hegarty, Meg, Currow, David, Parker, Deborah, Turnbull, Bev, Devery, Kim, Canning, Debbie F., et al. (2010) Palliative care in undergraduate curricula : Results of a national scoping study. Focus on Health Professional Education, 12(2), pp. 97-109.
Parker, Deborah, Mills, Sandra, & Abbey, Jennifer A. (2008) Effectiveness of interventions that assist caregivers to support people with dementia living in the community : a systematic review. International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 6(2), pp. 137-172.
Abbey, Jennifer A., Froggatt, Katherine A., Parker, Deborah, & Abbey, Brian R. (2006) Palliative care in long term care: a system in change. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 1(1), pp. 56-63.
Abbey, Jennifer A., Piller, Neil, De Billis, Anita, Esterman, Adrian, Parker, Deborah, Giles, Lynne, et al. (2004) The Abbey Pain Scale: A 1-Minute Numerical Indicator for People with End-Stage Dementia. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 10(1), pp. 6-13.
Abbey, Jennifer A., Parker, Deborah, Abbey, Brian, Jones, Jennifer A., Robinson, Andrew, Toye, Chris, et al. (2006) Modelling connections in aged care: Clinical placements for undergraduate students in aged care-A systematic review. In Australian Association of Gerontology 39th National Conference ‘Diversity in Ageing', 22 – 24 November 2006, Wesley Conference Centre, Sydney NSW.
Abbey, Jennifer A., McCrow, Judy, Whiting, Elizabeth, Pandy, Shaun, Parker, Deborah, & Sacre, Sandra M. (2008) Understanding the barriers to recognition and management of delirium in the acute post : surgical setting [Final Report February 2008].
Palk, Elizabeth, Carlson, Lynette, Parker, Deborah, & Abbey, Jennifer A. (2008) Clinical practice guidelines and care pathways for people with dementia living in the community.
Abbey, Jennifer, Douglas, Carol, Edwards, Helen, Courtney, Mary, Parker, Deborah, Yates, Patsy, et al. (2008) Develop, trial and evaluate a model of multi-disciplinary palliative care for residents with end-stage dementia. Queensland University of Technology, Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, Australia.