Category Archives: PATIENT & FAMILY CARE

Psychological ideas in palliative care: Changing behaviour

Dr Jenny Strachan is a clinical psychologist at Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Throughout the past year, Jenny has contributed a special series of articles to the European Journal of Palliative Care that aims to summarise some of the ‘big ideas’ in … Continue reading

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Neuro-palliative care in India

Neurology in palliative care is receiving an increasingly high profile at global conferences. Professor David Oliver, European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Board Member and Chair of the EAPC Neurology in Palliative Care Reference Group, reports. In Bengaluru (Bangalore) in … Continue reading

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When the artist becomes leader … some thoughts

In this continuing series, The Arts in Palliative Care, we look at how the arts in palliative care settings can be a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that face people at the … Continue reading

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The Schubert dressing – an innovative experience from France

In this new series, The Arts in Palliative Care, we look at how the arts in palliative care settings can be a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that face people at the … Continue reading

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Literature and medicine – An interprofessional education project in palliative care

Continuing our series, The Arts in Palliative Care, where we look at how the arts in palliative care settings can be a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that face people at the end … Continue reading

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Singing to a dead infant: How music therapy promoted and valued cultural difference to support a bereaved Yoruba family

In this series, The Arts in Palliative Care, we look at how the arts in palliative care settings can be a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that face people at the end … Continue reading

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Sharing Stories for Wellbeing

In this new series, The Arts in Palliative Care, we look at how the arts in palliative care settings can be a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that face people at the … Continue reading

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