Jennifer Tieman
Jennifer Tieman
Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death and Dying (RePaDD),Flinders University
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Multidisciplinary care planning and teamwork in primary care
GK Mitchell, JJ Tieman, TM Shelby‐James
Medical Journal of Australia 188, S61-S64, 2008
Advance care planning for adults with CKD: a systematic integrative review
T Luckett, M Sellars, J Tieman, CA Pollock, W Silvester, PN Butow, ...
American Journal of Kidney Diseases 63 (5), 761-770, 2014
General practitioner strategies for managing patients with multimorbidity: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative research
RA Damarell, DD Morgan, JJ Tieman
BMC Family Practice 21, 1-23, 2020
Development of a subject search filter to find information relevant to palliative care in the general medical literature
R Sladek, J Tieman, BS Fazekas, AP Abernethy, DC Currow
Journal of the Medical Library Association 94 (4), 394, 2006
Changes in the quantity and level of evidence of palliative and hospice care literature: the last century
J Tieman, R Sladek, D Currow
Journal of clinical oncology 26 (35), 5679-5683, 2008
What role do death doulas play in end‐of‐life care? A systematic review
D Rawlings, J Tieman, L Miller‐Lewis, K Swetenham
Health & Social Care in the Community 27 (3), e82-e94, 2019
Investigating the preferences of older people for telehealth as a new model of health care service delivery: a discrete choice experiment
B Kaambwa, J Ratcliffe, W Shulver, M Killington, A Taylor, M Crotty, ...
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 23 (2), 301-313, 2017
Using telehealth to support end of life care in the community: a feasibility study
JJ Tieman, K Swetenham, DD Morgan, TH To, DC Currow
BMC palliative care 15, 1-7, 2016
Implementation of a pilot telehealth programme in community palliative care: A qualitative study of clinicians’ perspectives
A Collier, DD Morgan, K Swetenham, THM To, DC Currow, JJ Tieman
Palliative medicine 30 (4), 409-417, 2016
Multidisciplinary care planning in the primary care management of completed stroke: a systematic review
GK Mitchell, RM Brown, L Erikssen, JJ Tieman
BMC Family Practice 9, 1-10, 2008
The contribution of a MOOC to community discussions around death and dying
J Tieman, L Miller-Lewis, D Rawlings, D Parker, C Sanderson
BMC palliative care 17, 1-16, 2018
Can assessing caregiver needs and activating community networks improve caregiver-defined outcomes? A single-blind, quasi-experimental pilot study: community facilitator pilot
A Greene, S Aranda, JJ Tieman, B Fazekas, DC Currow
Palliative Medicine 26 (7), 917-923, 2012
A systematic review of strategies used to increase recruitment of people with cancer or organ failure into clinical trials: implications for palliative care research
J Boland, DC Currow, A Wilcock, J Tieman, JA Hussain, C Pitsillides, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 49 (4), 762-772. e5, 2015
Development of a heart failure filter for Medline: an objective approach using evidence-based clinical practice guidelines as an alternative to hand searching
RA Damarell, J Tieman, RM Sladek, PM Davidson
BMC medical research methodology 11, 1-10, 2011
The value of applying ethical principles in telehealth practices: systematic review
AJ Keenan, G Tsourtos, J Tieman
Journal of Medical Internet Research 23 (3), e25698, 2021
Multiple sources: mapping the literature of palliative care
JJ Tieman, RM Sladek, DC Currow
Palliative Medicine 23 (5), 425-431, 2009
Use of advance directives by South Australians: results from the Health Omnibus Survey Spring 2012
SL Bradley, RJ Woodman, JJ Tieman, PA Phillips
Medical Journal of Australia 201 (8), 467-469, 2014
The trajectory of functional decline over the last 4 months of life in a palliative care population: A prospective, consecutive cohort study
DD Morgan, JJ Tieman, SF Allingham, MP Ekström, A Connolly, ...
Palliative medicine 33 (6), 693-703, 2019
Improving search filter development: a study of palliative care literature
RM Sladek, J Tieman, DC Currow
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 7, 1-7, 2007
Integration, coordination and multidisciplinary care: what can these approaches offer to Australian primary health care?
J Tieman, G Mitchell, T Shelby-James, D Currow, B Fazekas, ...
Australian Journal of Primary Health 13 (2), 56-65, 2007
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