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Category Archives: BEREAVEMENT
There are not many lives that have been as public as the Queen of the United Kingdom’s, and yet her death at the age of 96 seemed unexpected to some. Kathryn Mannix, author and retired palliative care doctor, reflects on … Continue reading
Vittorio Ventafridda was a palliative care pioneer and in 2007, the Maruzza Foundation established an award in his honour. It is given each year to a clinician who has demonstrated outstanding initiative and enterprise in the paediatric palliative care sector … Continue reading
For the penultimate blog in our Palliative Care and Public Health series, Samar Aoun asks what do we know about bereavement as it is lived out in everyday life? Until fairly recently, we knew about the minority who sought support … Continue reading
Death, dying, and loss are universal human experiences, but the contention of a new Lancet Commission is that they have become unfamiliar, disconnected, and unbalanced. For the next in our Palliative Care and Public Health blog series, Dr. Libby Sallnow … Continue reading