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Category Archives: ADVOCACY & POLICY
Building leadership in Africa to promote equity in palliative care.
The 18th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) is nearly here! Today, we are pleased to welcome Dr Zipporah Ali to give us an exclusive preview into her EAPC Award plenary lecture. The burden of disease … Continue reading
It is time for better care at the end of life: a worldwide call to action from the OECD.
An important report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has highlighted common challenges and called for greater priority to be given to policies that improve how people experience the end of their life. Paola SILLITTI from the … Continue reading
Has COVID-19 changed care at the end of life in England?
Covid-19 affected healthcare systems globally, with implications for policy, funding, and care delivery. Research played an important role in analysing and learning from how countries responded. For today’s blog, we hear from Monica Oancea from the Cicely Saunders Institute of … Continue reading
Marie Charlotte Bouësseau: Reflecting on a decade of work on palliative care at the World Health Organization.
Marie Charlotte Bouësseau from the World Health Organization retires this week. The EAPC are pleased to be joining many others in paying tribute to her significant contribution to global palliative care. Marie Charlotte has truly made a difference to the … Continue reading
Hurdle Hopping: collaborating to overcome challenges in palliative care education.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), insufficient knowledge about palliative care and the capacity of health workers to deliver it are significant barriers to accessing palliative care. For today’s blog, Professor Piret Paal from the newly founded Institute of … Continue reading