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Category Archives: Palliative Care and Intensive Care
There were many highlights at the EAPC 12th World Research Congress, including the excellent posters which were on display. The overall poster winner was Margaret L. Campbell and colleagues from Wayne State University, United States of America. For the next … Continue reading
For the next in our intensive care and palliative care series, Pål Klepstad, ICU medical director and professor in Norway, reflects on who should be making decisions about whether intensive care treatment is in a patient’s best interest. For patients … Continue reading
For the first in our new Palliative Care and Intensive Care series, Dr Sophia Henderson, Post CCT (Post Certificate of Completion of Training) Fellow in Intensive Care & Palliative Care, reflects on how historically referring ICU patients to palliative care … Continue reading
We are delighted to introduce our new Palliative Care and Intensive Care blog series. For the first article in this series, Martin Neukirchen and colleagues tell us about combined initiatives established during the pandemic that have proved to have significant … Continue reading