Books and Chapters
Thakker, D. and Faull, C. 2006. At the Coal Face: Improving Communication and Access to Palliative Care. In: Gatrad, A.J. and Sheikh, A. ed., Palliative Care for South Asians, Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs. London: Quay Books.
Faull, C. Beavan, J. Kai, J. 2005. Culture and Cancer. In: Kai, J. ed. PROCEED Professionals Responding to Ethnic Diversity and Cancer. London: Cancer Research UK.
Beavan, J. Kai, J. Faull, C. 2005. Working with uncertainty. In: Kai, J. ed. PROCEED Professionals Responding to Ethnic Diversity and Cancer. London: Cancer Research UK.
Faull, C. 2003. Cancer and Palliative Care. In: Kai, J. ed., Ethnicity, Health and Primary Care. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Faull, C., De Caestecker, S., Nicholson, A. and Black, F. (2012). Handbook of Palliative Care. New York: Wiley. (First edition Awarded BMA Primary Health Care section winner and overall Medical Book of the Year 1999)
Faull, C. Woof, R. (2002). Palliative Care: An Oxford Core Text. Oxford University Press. (Awarded BMA Medicine section joint winner and overall Medical Book of the Year 2003)
Islam, Z. Markham, S. Faull, C. (2015). Raising the profile of palliative care services for BAME groups within Leicester city: Challenges with recruiting and training volunteers. Journal of Diversity and Equality in Health and Care. 12(3) pp. 116-123.
Markham, S. Islam, Z. Faull, C. (2014). I never knew that!: Why do people from Black and Asian Minority ethnic groups in Leicester, access hospice services less than other Groups? A discussion with community groups. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 11(3-4), 2014, pp.237-245.
Lord, K., Mitchell, A., Ibrahim, K., Kumar, S., Rudd, N. and Symonds, P. (2012). The Beliefs and Knowledge of Patients Newly Diagnosed With Cancer in a UK Ethnically Diverse Population. Clinical Oncology, 24(1), pp.4-12.
Lord, K., Ibrahim, K., Kumar, S., Rudd, N., Mitchell, A. and Symonds, P. (2012). Measuring Trust in Healthcare Professionals—A Study of Ethnically Diverse UK Cancer Patients. Clinical Oncology, 24(1), pp.13-21.
Kai, J., Beavan, J. and Faull, C. (2011). Challenges of mediated communication, disclosure and patient autonomy in cross-cultural cancer care. Br J Cancer, 105(7), pp.918-924.
Education and Communication Skills
Parry, R. Pino, M. Faull, C. Feathers, L. Seymour, J. (2015) Evidence-based guidance for the design of video-based research. Society of Research in Rehabilitation. 29(10) pp. 1013-1024.
Feathers, L., DeCaestecker, S., Norrie, P., Fowler, J. and Faull, C. (2014). Developing skills in communication in end of life care: evaluation of a 3 day pilot course for core medical training. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4(Suppl 1), pp.A38-A38.
Parry, R., Faull, C. and Feathers, L. (2014). Views of hospice staff, patients and their significant others on video-recording consultations for use in research and teaching. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4(Suppl 1), pp.A2-A3.
Pal, L., Dixon, R. and Faull, C. (2014). Utilising feedback from patients and their families as a learning strategy in a Foundation Degree in palliative and supportive care: A qualitative study. Nurse Education Today, 34(3), pp.319-324.
Charlton, R., Field, S., Faull, C., Campbell, I., Harper, C. and Harper, L. (2000). The effect of the general practice registrar year on perceived skills in palliative care in the West Midlands. Medical Education, 34(11), pp.928-935.
Innovations in Palliative Care Services
Clipsham, L., Islam, Z. and Faull, C. (2015). Experiences of hospice inpatient nurses in supporting children before the death of a parent. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 21(9), pp.453-459.
Wale, J., Arthur, A. and Faull, C. (2013). An analysis of knowledge and attitudes of hospice staff towards organ and tissue donation. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4(1), pp.98-103.
Hughes, R., Aspinal, F., Addington-Hall, J., Dunckley, M., Faull, C. and Higginson, I. (2004). It just didn’t work: the realities of quality assessment in the English health care context. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 41(7), pp.705-712.
Decision making at the end of life
Phelps, K., Regen, E., Oliver, D., McDermott, C. and Faull, C. (2015). Withdrawal of ventilation at the patient's request in MND: a retrospective exploration of the ethical and legal issues that have arisen for doctors in the UK. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, pp.bmjspcare-2014-000826.
Faull, C., Rowe Haynes, C. and Oliver, D. (2013). Issues for palliative medicine doctors surrounding the withdrawal of non-invasive ventilation at the request of a patient with motor neurone disease: a scoping study. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4(1), pp.43-49.
Faull, C., Windridge, K., Ockleford, E. and Hudson, M. (2012). Anticipatory prescribing in terminal care at home: what challenges do community health professionals encounter?. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 3(1), pp.91-97.
Hirsch, C., Marriott, J. and Faull, C. (2012). Influences on the decision to prescribe or administer anticholinergic drugs to treat death rattle: A focus group study. Palliative Medicine, 27(8), pp.732-738.
Tyrer, F., Williams, M., Feathers, L., Faull, C. and Baker, I. (2009). Factors that influence decisions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation: the views of doctors and medical students. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 85(1009), pp.564-568.
Feathers, L. Faull, C. Tyrer, F. Williams, M. Baker, I. (2009). Resuscitation decisions among hospital physicians and intensivists. Clin Med (Lond) 9(3):298.
Morgan, P., Murray, S., Moffatt, C. and Honnor, A. (2011). The challenges of managing complex lymphoedema/chronic oedema in the UK and Canada. International Wound Journal, 9(1), pp.54-69.
Honnor, A. (2009). Understanding the management of lymphoedema for patients with advanced disease. Int J Palliat Nurs, 15(4), pp.162-169.
Honnor, A. (2009). The information needs of patients with therapy-related lymphedema. Cancer Nursing Practice 8(7): pp.21-26.
Honnor, A. (2008). The management of chronic oedema in palliative care. Br J Community Nursing, 13(Sup5), pp.S4-S9.