Greetings from the EAPC …

EAPC_Onlus-xmas-2In sending you our very best wishes for the coming festivities and 2014, we’d like to thank you all for helping to make the EAPC social media network a good, effective and fun place in which to share information.

So our very grateful thanks to all of you who help us:

  • Our authors who contribute to the blog
  • Our followers on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin
  • Our translators
  • Our readers, commenters and those who suggest new topics
  • And not least, the ‘invisible’ kind colleagues, friends and family who support the social media team…

Thanks to what you do, our reach is getting bigger and we’ve had a total of 72,962 views on the blog – we have a truly global readership from Albania to Argentina. We’ve published 241 blog posts on a wide range of topics, covering palliative care in more than 30 countries across the world. About 235 individuals have now contributed to the blog writing in English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish.

For a small network, publishing original and topical content just two or three times a week, we are proud of the part we play in contributing to the flow of high quality information in palliative care. But, of course, we’re never quite satisfied and would love to make our contribution even stronger – so do think about writing a blog post, or follow us on Facebook, Linkedin or Twitter (@EAPCOnlus). Please download a copy of our Contributor’s Guidelines if you’d like to contribute).

Thank you being a part of EAPC social media network. Keep contributing in 2014! We’re taking a break for the holidays but we’ll be posting more posts, tweets and other news from 2nd January.

With all good wishes from the EAPC social media team:
Sheila Payne, Lukas Radbruch, Heidi Blumhuber, Katalin Hegedus, Avril Jackson, Carlo Leget, Irene Murphy, Amelia Giordano, Anthony Greenwood and Esther Schmidlin.


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3 Responses to Greetings from the EAPC …

  1. David Oliviere says:

    What a team and what an innovation!
    Happy Christmas to all and wishing you even greater success for 2014!
    David Oliviere

  2. Pingback: Greetings from the EAPC … | EAPC Blog | All Things Palliative - Article Feed

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