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Sorbye L.W.  1990.  Homecare at the end of life. A study of fifteen patients. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 4(3):107-13.
Sorbye L.W, Sorbye S., Sorbye S.W.  1995.  Nursing students' attitudes towards assisted suicide and euthanasia--a study from four different schools of nursing. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 9(2):119-22.
Sorbye L.W.  1984.  [Late abortion and prostaglandin]. Sykepleien. 71(6):13.
Sorbye L.W.  2000.  A longitudinal study on dying in a Norwegian hospital. International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 6(2):71-9.
Sorbye L.W.  1984.  [Ethics of the health system]. Sykepleien. 71(8):16-7,28.
Steindal S.A, Sorbye L.W, Bredal I.S, Lerdal A..  2012.  Agreement in documentation of symptoms, clinical signs, and treatment at the end of life: a comparison of data retrieved from nurse interviews and electronic patient records using the Resident Assessment Instrument for Palliative Care. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 21(9-10):1416-24.
Sorbye L.W.  1997.  [Home death--institutional philosophy influences care of those who die at home]. Tidsskriftet Sykepleien. 85(20):52-5.
Sorbye L.W.  1982.  [Do you have professional/ethical problems?] Sykepleien. 69(5):12-4.
Sorbye L.W, Sorbye S., Sorbye S.W.  1995.  Nursing students' attitudes towards assisted suicide and euthanasia--a study from four different schools of nursing. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 9(2):119-22.
Sorbye L.W.  1992.  [Has the care of dying patients in hospitals changed? A study of terminal care at the Diaconal hospital in 1977 and 1987] Tidsskrift for Den Norske Laegeforening. 112(10):1264-7.
Sorbye L.W, Sorbye S., Sorbye S.W.  1995.  Nursing students' attitudes towards assisted suicide and euthanasia--a study from four different schools of nursing. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 9(2):119-22.
Steindal S.A, Sorbye L.W, Bredal I.S, Lerdal A..  2012.  Agreement in documentation of symptoms, clinical signs, and treatment at the end of life: a comparison of data retrieved from nurse interviews and electronic patient records using the Resident Assessment Instrument for Palliative Care. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 21(9-10):1416-24.