Category Archives: NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL REPORTS

Palliative care in the Palestine-Gaza Strip

Hammoda Abu-Odah is a nurse from Palestine who is currently in Hong Kong where he is a PhD candidate at the School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Here, he explains the motivation and basis for his doctoral studies, which will … Continue reading

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Palliative care in Russia: Special issue of ‘Pallium’ journal devoted to coronavirus

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian Association of Hospice Care Professionals has curated the latest palliative care resources from leaders and experts in palliative care in Russia, including those involved in charitable organisations and volunteers, for publication in … Continue reading

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Lobster for Josino: Fabulous food for our final days

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – TODAY WE’RE REPUBLISHING ONE OF OUR FAVOURITE POSTS FROM LAST YEAR… An executive chef, a palliative care consultant, a dietician and a speech pathologist teamed up to write an award-winning cook … Continue reading

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Raising awareness of palliative care and the needs of older people in a Colombian gold mining town…

Sandra Patricia Silva Preciado is a physiotherapist in geriatric psychomotricity and palliative care in Bogotá, Colombia. Moved by the plight of older people in a town in Colombia, she volunteered to set up two training workshops, one for caregivers and health professionals … Continue reading

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Making Palliative Care Meaningful: Second Baltic Palliative Care Conference

By Marius Čiurlionis, Head of Nursing, Palliative Medicine and Social Care Clinic, VšĮ Centro Poliklinika, Vilnius, Lithuania, and a founding member of the Baltic Palliative Care Association. Marius explains how the Baltic Palliative Care Association is contributing to better understanding, … Continue reading

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