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Category Archives: InSup-C
Palliative care: Making it work – New MOOC launches
Dr Nancy Preston and Dr Sean Hughes, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, explain how a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) has provided free online training for health and social care workers, patients, carers and academics … Continue reading
InSup-C launches new book on integrated palliative care – InSup-C publica un nuevo libro sobre cuidados paliativos integrados
Haga clic aquí para obtener la versión en español The InSup-C project has been investigating the best way to deliver integrated palliative care to people who have advanced cancer, heart failure or lung disease as they come towards the end … Continue reading
Integrated Palliative Care Symposium in Brussels: Are you ready for change?
Jeroen Hasselaar, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and Sheila Payne, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, are members of the Integrated Palliative Care InSup-C Consortium Management Team. The project has been investigating the best way … Continue reading
Online learning in palliative care: A review
On 17 October, a new, free online palliative care course will launch. Register now! Dr Sean Hughes, Dr Nancy Preston, Dr Sandra Varey and Prof Sheila Payne, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, tell us more … Continue reading
Patient-centred care: How far should patients be ‘active collaboration’ partners?
Marlieke van der Eerden, MSc and PhD candidate, is involved in the European FP7 research project ‘Best and promising practices in Integrated Palliative Care in Europe’ (InSup-C). The decisive role of patients Having worked within integrated palliative care research for some … Continue reading