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Articles by Nancy Kentish-Barnes, AM

Being Convinced and Taking Responsibility: A Qualitative Study of Family Members’ Experience of Organ Donation Decision and Bereavement After Brain Death*

Kentish-Barnes, Nancy; Cohen-Solal, Zoé; Souppart, Virginie; More

Critical Care Medicine. 47(4):526-534, April 2019.

“It Was the Only Thing I Could Hold Onto, But…”: Receiving a Letter of Condolence After Loss of a Loved One in the ICU: A Qualitative Study of Bereaved Relatives’ Experience*

Kentish-Barnes, Nancy; Cohen-Solal, Zoé; Souppart, Virginie; More

Critical Care Medicine. 45(12):1965-1971, December 2017.

Clinicians’ Perception and Experience of Organ Donation From Brain-Dead Patients

Kentish-Barnes, Nancy; Duranteau, Jacques; Montlahuc, Claire; More

Critical Care Medicine. 45(9):1489-1499, September 2017.

Guidelines for Family-Centered Care in the Neonatal, Pediatric, and Adult ICU

Davidson, Judy E.; Aslakson, Rebecca A.; Long, Ann C.; More

Critical Care Medicine. 45(1):103-128, January 2017.

Important questions asked by family members of intensive care unit patients*

Peigne, Vincent; Chaize, Marine; Falissard, Bruno; More

Critical Care Medicine. 39(6):1365-1371, June 2011.