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Category Archives: Ukraine
The next in our series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Andreas Stähli, Head of the Academy at Johannes Hospice in Münster, Germany, about a bond of trust between two hospices. As I write … Continue reading
The next in our series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Iryna Slugotska, Head of the Regional Clinical Palliative Care Centre in Ivano-Frankivsk, Western Ukraine. My name is Iryna Slugotska. I graduated from the … Continue reading
The second of the EAPC blog series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Claudia Sütfeld, Journalist and #EAPC2023 Congress Co-ordinator. I live in Berlin, less than 900 km from the Ukrainian border. The war … Continue reading
The first of the EAPC blog series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Kristina Keleman, from Sheptytsky Hospital, Lviv, Ukraine. Julie Ling, EAPC Chief Executive Officer, writes: ‘In November 2019, I was invited to … Continue reading