Author Archives: pallcare

‘This is your golden time. You enjoy it and you’ve plenty time for crying after’: How dysphagia impacts family caregivers of people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – summer holidays are always a great time to catch up on articles you may have missed. Today, we’re republishing a post by Dominika Lisiecka, PhD, Lecturer, Department of Nursing and Healthcare Sciences, Institute … Continue reading

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EAPC 17th World Congress Online: Best European Paper of 2020

NEW SERIES: EXPLORING NEW DIMENSIONS AT #EAPC2021 … THERE ARE JUST 64 DAYS TO THE EAPC 17TH WORLD CONGRESS ONLINE WITH LIVE SESSIONS ON 6 TO 8 OCTOBER, AND LOTS OF ON-DEMAND CONTENT AVAILABLE BEFORE AND AFTER THE CONGRESS. A … Continue reading

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Caregiving at the margins in palliative care

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – summer holidays are always a great time to catch up on articles you may have missed. Today, we’re republishing a post by Ashley Mollison, a PhD student, and Kelli Stajduhar, a professor of nursing, both … Continue reading

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Interventions at the end of life in children: Where evidence meets experience

NEW SERIES: EXPLORING NEW DIMENSIONS AT #EAPC2021 … There are just 73 days to the 17th World Congress Online of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC). With live sessions on 6 to 8 October, and lots of on-demand content … Continue reading

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Working with the WHO to improve palliative care in Europe

Dr Julie Ling, CEO of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), looks forward to strengthening links with the World Health Organization (WHO) in her new consultancy role with the WHO. Working as the CEO of the EAPC has given … Continue reading

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