Category Archives: Palliative Medicine: Editor’s Choice

Do relatives think there should be research trials with dying patients?

Although all research requires ethical approval, some people may feel that those who are dying should not be asked if they want to participate in research.  But what do relatives of those dying think about this? For December’s Palliative Medicine’s … Continue reading

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Relieving suffering and supporting the patient and the family: end-of-life care guidance for paramedics.

We’re delighted to present this month’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ from Palliative Medicine, the official research journal of the EAPC. This month, Leena Surakka and Kari Törrönen tells us about the findings of their research into end-of-life protocols for paramedics in Finland…and … Continue reading

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‘Right patient’? Right time? Factors influencing the identification of who to and when to offer serious illness conversations.

We’re delighted to present this month’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ from Palliative Medicine, the official research journal of the EAPC. You can read the longer article in Palliative Medicine which EAPC members can access free from the EAPC website. Sofia Morberg Jämterud … Continue reading

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Comics in Palliative Care: helpful or too confrontational?

We’re delighted to present this month’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ from Palliative Medicine, the official research journal of the EAPC. You can read the longer article in Palliative Medicine which EAPC members can access free from the EAPC website. Maaike Haan is a … Continue reading

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‘Trapped in a double cage’: How patients’ partners experienced the diagnosis of advanced cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re delighted to present this month’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ from Palliative Medicine, the official research journal of the EAPC. You can read the longer article in ‘Palliative Medicine’ which EAPC members can access free from the EAPC website. Dr. Sophie Opsomer … Continue reading

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