dr. M.P. (Matthew) Grant FRACGP

dr. M.P. (Matthew) Grant FRACGP

Assistant Professor

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Research Output (23)

An exploration of the nature and meaning of informal communities in cancer treatment

Grant Matthew 16 Feb 2022, 320 p.

A systematic review of classifications systems to determine complexity of patient care needs in palliative care

Grant Matthew, de Graaf Everlien, Teunissen Saskia Apr 2021, In: Palliative Medicine. 35 , p. 636-650 15 p.

Developing a model of bereavement care in an adult tertiary hospital

Grant Matthew, Hudson Peter, Forrest Annie, Collins Anna, Israel Fiona Feb 2021, In: Australian Health Review. 45 , p. 110-116 7 p.

Care in the Interstices: Exploring the Outcomes and Significance of Interactions Occurring Outside of the Formal Clinical Consultation

Grant Matthew 1 Jan 2021,

Developing a Model of Bereavement Care in an Acute Tertiary Hospital

Grant Matthew 1 Jan 2021,

Dying still matters in the age of COVID-19

Rhee Joel, Grant Matthew, Detering Karen, Clayton Josephine, Arthurs Kelly 30 Jun 2020, In: Australian journal of general practice. 49 , p. 1-2

General practice nurses and physicians and end of life:a systematic review of models of care

Mitchell Geoffrey, Aubin Michèle, Senior Hugh, Johnson Claire, Fallon-Ferguson Julia, Williams Briony, Monterosso Leanne, Rhee Joel J, McVey Peta, Grant Matthew, Nwachukwu Harriet, Yates Patsy 2020, In: BMJ supportive & palliative care.

Facilitators and barriers to general practitioner and general practice nurse participation in end-of-life care

Rhee Joel J, Grant Matthew, Senior Hugh, Monterosso Leanne, McVey Peta, Johnson Claire, Aubin Michèle, Nwachukwu Harriet, Bailey Claire, Fallon-Ferguson Julia, Yates Patsy, Williams Briony, Mitchell Geoffrey 2020, In: BMJ supportive & palliative care.

Communal responsibility: a history of health collectives in Australia

Grant Matthew P., Philip Jennifer A. M., Deliens Luc, Komesaroff Paul A. 1 Sep 2019, In: INTERNAL MEDICINE JOURNAL. 49 , p. 1177-1180 4 p.

A Therapeutic Community? Informal Interactions in Cancer Treatment Settings - An Ethnographic Study

Grant Matthew 17 May 2019,

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