Dr Andy Bradshaw

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Hull York Medical School

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Implementing person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) into routine palliative care: A protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation of The RESOLVE PCOM Implementation Strategy

Bradshaw, A., Santarelli, M., Khamis, A. M., Sartain, K., Johnson, M., Boland, J., …Murtagh, F. E. M. (2021). Implementing person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) into routine palliative care: A protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation of The RESOLVE PCOM Implementation Strategy. BMJ open, 11(9), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-051904

Understanding and addressing challenges for advance care planning in the COVID-19 pandemic: An analysis of the UK CovPall survey data from specialist palliative care services

Bradshaw, A., Dunleavy, L., Walshe, C., Preston, N., Cripps, R. L., Hocaoglu, M., …Murtagh, F. (2021). Understanding and addressing challenges for advance care planning in the COVID-19 pandemic: An analysis of the UK CovPall survey data from specialist palliative care services. Palliative medicine, 35(7), 1225-1237. https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163211017387

'Necessity is the mother of invention': Specialist palliative care service innovation and practice change in response to COVID-19. Results from a multinational survey (CovPall)

Dunleavy, L., Preston, N., Bajwah, S., Bradshaw, A., Cripps, R., Fraser, L. K., …Walshe, C. (2021). ‘Necessity is the mother of invention’: Specialist palliative care service innovation and practice change in response to COVID-19. Results from a multinational survey (CovPall). Palliative medicine, 35(5), 814-829. https://doi.org/10.1186/ISRCTN16561225

The challenges of caring for people dying from COVID-19: a multinational, observational study (CovPall)

Oluyase, A. O., Hocaoglu, M., Cripps, R. L., Maddocks, M., Walshe, C., Fraser, L. K., …Higginson, I. J. (in press). The challenges of caring for people dying from COVID-19: a multinational, observational study (CovPall). Journal of pain and symptom management, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2021.01.138

Group-based Tai Chi as therapy for alleviating experiences of social death in people with advanced, incurable disease: an ethnographic study

Bradshaw, A., Walker, L., Borgstrom, E., & Burke, S. (2021). Group-based Tai Chi as therapy for alleviating experiences of social death in people with advanced, incurable disease: an ethnographic study. Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676x.2021.1879918