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Category Archives: INTERVIEWS & TRIBUTES
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
Don’t Say She Lost Her Battle: making a film about my mum’s death.
The words we use matter. Especially when discussing subjects that inform end-of-life decisions. Today, Oisín Liam Power, Irish writer and film maker, tells us about the inspiration behind his new short film – and why metaphorical war language should be … Continue reading
Love, life, death, and a price. Worth a Ventafridda Award?
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
Palliative Care on Stage: Cicely Saunders and a world changing encounter.
There aren’t often plays about palliative care (though we think there should be!) so we are delighted to highlight a new production debuting at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this month. Sociologist and now playwright, Professor David Clark tells us about … Continue reading