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  • Hudson P, Gunn G. (2020) New EAPC Reference Group on Family Carers – The International Palliative Care Family Carer Research Collaboration (IPCFRC). EAPC Blog - The Blog of the European Association for Palliative Care, 22 January 2020.  
  • Hudson P, Zordon R, Trauer T. (2011) Research Priorities Associated with Family Caregivers in Palliative Care: International Perspectives. Journal of Palliative Medicine, doi:10.1089/jpm.2010.0345.
  • Hudson P, Trauer T, Graham S, Grande G, Ewing G, Payne S, et al. (2010) A systematic review of instruments related to family caregivers of palliative care patients. Journal of Palliative Medicine 24(7): 656-68.
  • Hudson, P., C. Remedios, and K. Thomas (2010) A systematic review of psychosocial interventions for family carers of palliative care patients. BMC Palliative Care 9(1): 17
  • Payne S, Hudson P, Grande G, Oliviere D, Tishelman C, Pleschberger C, Firth P, Ewing G, Hawker S and Kerr C. (2010) EAPC Family Carers in Palliative Care White Paper (Part 1). European Journal of Palliative Care 17(5).
  • Payne S, Hudson P, Grande G, Oliviere D, Tishelman C, Pleschberger C, Firth P, Ewing G, Hawker S and Kerr C.  (2010) EAPC Family Carers in Palliative Care White Paper (Part 2). European Journal of Palliative Care 17(5).
  • Hudson PL, Payne S (2007) Collaboration on research into family carers moves a step forward.  European Journal of Palliative Care, 14(5): 218.
  • Hudson PL (2006) An international collaboration for family carer research. European Journal of Palliative Care, 13(4): 135
  • Hudson PL. and Hayman-White K. (2006) Measuring the Psychosocial Characteristics of Family Caregivers of Palliative Care Patients: Psychometric Properties of Nine Self-Report Instruments. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 31(3):215-226.
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