Top 20 most viewed blogs in 2021.

We are delighted to announce the top viewed blogs for 2021!   

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In 2021, the EAPC blog had readers in 181 countries across the world and it had over 95,000 views. This fantastic achievement is only possible because of the generosity of the palliative care community, who are willing to write for the blog to share their research, clinical practice and opinions.  We also have a great Editorial Team, who peer review each blog, ensuring we publish high quality content.  We want to say a huge thank you to all our authors, Editorial Team… and to you, our readers, for making the EAPC blog such a trusted and informative resource.

We would also like to pay tribute to the hard work of Avril Jackson, who retired in January 2022.  Avril founded the blog in 2012 and she was instrumental in shaping it to what it is today – a blog internationally recognised for its diverse and topical content on palliative care. Thank you, Avril!

Without further ado, here are the 20 top viewed blogs from 2021, listed in alphabetical order. Click on the title to read more…

Ebun AbarshiUKMy experience of working in a hospice in the Covid 19 pandemic.

Maria Arantzamendi,  Alazne Belar Beitia and Carlos Centeno, Spain: Clinical aspects of palliative sedation in prospective studies : A systematic review.

Eduardo Bruera, US: Integrating early palliative care for patients with cancer: The evidence and the challenges.  

Dr Sabrina Bajwah, UK: A year of fighting the racial inequality of COVID.

Sophie Crawley, UK: Empowering better end-of-life dementia care: EMBED care programme. 

Tomasz Dzierżanowski, Poland, and Philip Larkin, Switzerland: New ESMO clinical practice guidelines on the care of the adult cancer patient at the end of life.

Minna Hökkä and Juho Lehto, Finland: Together towards better palliative care education for nurses and physicians: The Edupal Finland project.

Dr Gerrit Frerich: Winner of the Third Leadership Award 2021: Fellowship in Palliative Care.

Friederike Koehler, Marco Warth, Martin Brehmen, Martin Weber, Hubert J Bardenheuer, Beate Ditzen and Jens Kessler, Germany: Song of life : Music therapy at the end of life.

Mike Lucey, Ireland: Irish specialist palliative care team awarded Best European Paper of 2020.

Claire Morris: Leave no one behind: Equity in access to palliative care.

Lise Nottelmann, Denmark Early, integrated palliative rehabilitation improves quality of life of patients with newly diagnosed advanced cancer.

Seamus O’Mahoney, Ireland: Is palliative care having an existential crisis? 

Heather Richardson and Libby Sallnow, UK: Fellowship programme goes online and unites palliative care pioneers from across the world.

Marisa Martín Roselló, Spain: Joan Hunt OBE Obituary: Pioneer of palliative care in Spain and founder of Cudeca, the country’s first hospice.

Leena Surakka and Minna M Peake, Finland: Integration of paramedic services into end of life care at home: From pilot trial to everyday practice.

Liliana Stănciulescu, Laura Iosub, Oana Predoiu, Romania: Research for all Palliative Care Clinicians (RESPACC): A new Erasmus+ project.

Aliki J Tserkezoglou, Greece: “Galilee” Palliative Care Centre: A Greek Palliative Care Story.

Robert Twycross, UK: Reflections to mark 50 years in palliative care: A trinity of patient care, education and training and research.

Max Watson, Ireland: European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care.

And if these have whetted your appetite, we have over 1100 blogs in our blog archive, categorised so you can search on areas which interest you most.

Congratulations to all authors for having the most viewed blogs for 2021! If you have a great idea for a blog, and like the idea of being one of our top authors for 2022, do email Catherine, our Blog Editor, here.

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