Resources

Palliative care Resources

Listed below are some PUBLICATIONS and WEBSITES that are useful in palliative care

PUBLICATIONS

  • Adenipekun A, A. Onibokun, T.N. Elumelu, Soyannwo O.A. (2005): Knowledge and Attitudes of Terminally ill Patients and Their Family to Palliative Care and Hospice services in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice 8(1): 19-22

 

  • Olaitan A. Soyannwo (2007), Palliative Care and Public Health, A Perspective from Nigeria Journal of Public Health Policy 28, 56-58.

 

  • Olaitan Soyannwo (2007), Pioneering Palliative Care in Ibadan, Nigeria, Hospice Information Bulletin March, 2007, 10 – 11.

 

  • Soyannwo O A. (2009) Cancer pain management in developing countries. IASP Pain Clinical Update. Vol. XVII. Issue I

 

  • Olaitan Soyannwo. Pain management in Nigeria – challenges, gains and future prospects. The British Pain Society PAIN NEWS, Winter 2010: 23 – 27

 

  • Olaitan A Soyannwo. Enhancing effective  pain control: the role of education. Editorial, Pain Manage. 2011 1 (6) 487 – 489

 

  • Soyannwo O A. Interest in pain and palliative care : an African perspective. Interview. Pain Manage. 2012: 1 (2),19 – 22

 

  • TN Elumelu, AA Abdus‑Salam, AA Adenipekun, OA Soyanwo.  Pattern of morphine prescription by doctors  in a Nigeria tertiary hospital. Nig J Clin Pract 2012:  15 (1) 27-29

 

  • Olayinka A Eyelade, Ikeoluwa O Ajayi, Theresa n Elumelu, Olaitan A Soyannwo and Oluranti A Akinyemi. Oral morphine effectiveness in Nigerian patients with advanced cancer. J. Pain and Palliative care pharmacotherapy. 2012:26; 24 – 29

 

  • Megan O’Brien, Faith Mwangi-Powell, Isaac F Adewole, Olaitan Soyannwo, Jacinto Amandua, Elizabeth Ogaja, Mary Okpeseyi, Zipporah Ali, Rose Kiwanuka, Anne Merriman. Improving access to analgesic drugs for patients with cancer in sub – Saharan Africa. Cancer control in Africa Series 5, Lancet Oncol 2013; 14: e176–82

 

  • Olaitan Soyannwo, Hospice and palliative care development in West African sub-region : A review. African J. Anaesthesia and Int. care 2013;13 : 10 – 13

 

  • T N Elumelu, A Adenipekun, O Soyannwo, O Aikomo, S D Amanor-Boadu, O o ogundalu. Palliative experience in Breast, uterine and  cervical cancer patients in Ibadan, Nigeria. The Internet J of Pain, Symptom control and palliative care 2013: Vol 10: 1

 

  • Ajayi, I.O., Onibokun, A., Soyannwo, O. (2013): Breast and Cervical Cancers Awareness and Screening Practices among Rural Women in Ona-ara Local Government Area, Ibadan, Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Research Vol. 16. No. 2, 95-99.

 

  • IkeOluwa Ajayi, Oluwatomi Iken, Richard A Powell, Olaitan Soyannwo, Eve Namisango and faith Nwangi- Powell. Palliative care research in Western Africa. European J of Palliative care 2014: 21 (1) 45 – 47

 

  • NE Omoyeni, OA Soyannwo, OO Aikomo and OF Iken. Home based palliative care for  adult cancer patients in Ibadan – a three year review. Ecancer special Issue 8:2014; 490

 

  • van Gurp J, Soyannwo O, Odebunmi K, Dania S, van Selm M, van Leeuwen E, Vissers K, Hasselaar J. Telemedicine’s Potential to Support Good Dying in Nigeria: A Qualitative Study. PLoS One. 2015 Jun 1;10(6):e0126820. eCollection 2015.

 

  • Supporting  Adult Cancer Patients in Ibadan, Nigeria by Soyannwo Olaitan, Aikomo  Oladayo and Maboreje Ololade  May 7th 2016

 

WEBSITES

1. International Association for Hospice and Palliatice Care

http://www.hospicecare.com

 

2. http://www.palliativecarenetwork.com

 

3. African Palliative Care Association

http://www.africanpalliativecare.org

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