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Children’s palliative care education standard framework and self-audit tool

Ahead of an international online launch on 25 February, Sue Neilson, Katrina McNamara and Duncan Randall (on behalf of  The Children’s Palliative Care Education and Training United Kingdom and Ireland Action Group – CPCET AG), unveil a new education standard … Continue reading

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In-Dialogue: a conversation aid for shared decision-making with people with intellectual disabilities in the palliative phase

CONTINUING OUR NEW SERIES:  PALLIATIVE CARE AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES… Today’s guest writers are Hanna Noorlandt (Erasmus MC), Freek Felet (Prisma Foundation), Ida Korfage (Erasmus MC) and Michael Echteld (Prisma Foundation and Avans University of Applied Sciences) from The Netherlands. Here, they talk about a new … Continue reading

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Abstract Watch: Palliative and end-of-life care in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – We know you’re super busy and don’t always have the chance to read all our posts. As, sadly, we enter the second wave of the pandemic we hope that this post … Continue reading

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What’s the role of palliative care and hospices in the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from a systematic review

Rachel Cripps, Simon Etkind, Anna Bone, Adejoke Oluyase, Mevhibe Hocaoglu, Katherine Sleeman and Irene Higginson, King’s College London, Cicely Saunders Institute, London, UK, share the evidence and explain how you can get involved in a new survey. Palliative care and hospice … Continue reading

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Promoting palliative care on the EAPC blog – our Top Ten posts for the first half of 2019

Here’s a special tribute to all the kind and committed people who spend hours ‘on top of the day job’ writing for the EAPC blog. Avril Jackson, social media lead for the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), unveils the … Continue reading

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