Category Archives: PALLIATIVE CARE IN HUMANITARIAN CRISES

Global Palliative Care Community Statement on the Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine

As a global palliative care community, we are deeply concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and its devastating impacts on families, children and vulnerable populations with serious pre-existing medical conditions. We call upon all humanitarian actors and donors to … Continue reading

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Humanity until infinity…

At the end of last year, we published a series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crises. Contributors looked at the implications of providing palliative care for migrants, refugees and people who have fled war-torn countries and places … Continue reading

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The role of the humanitarian sector in delivering palliative care in conflict settings

At the end of last year, we published a series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crises. Contributors looked at the implications of providing palliative care for migrants, refugees and people who have fled war-torn countries and places … Continue reading

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Palliative care as a basic healthcare right: A new consensus within the humanitarian community

Continuing our new series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crises where we shall look at the implications of providing palliative care for migrants, refugees and people who have fled war-torn countries and places of conflict and how … Continue reading

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Developing EAPC guidance on palliative care for refugees and migrants

Continuing our new series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crises where we shall look at the implications of providing palliative care for migrants, refugees and people who have fled war-torn countries and places of conflict and how … Continue reading

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