Category Archives: RESEARCH

Help us find the top priority questions in adult palliative care

Cochrane is a global independent network of people interested in health, including researchers, professionals, patients, and carers. Anna Erskine, Managing Editor of the Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care (PaPaS) Review Group, explains how EAPC members and supporters can contribute … Continue reading

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Reflections to mark 50 years in palliative care: A trinity of patient care, education and training, and research

On 1 March, Robert Twycross, known internationally for his clinical work, teaching and writing, and a founding member of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), will celebrate 50 years in palliative care. To mark the occasion, the EAPC will … Continue reading

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International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person. Delphi Study: Consensus on the content of the International Collaborative 10/40 Model

The International Collaborative is undertaking a Delphi Study to gain consensus on the core components of ‘Best Care for the Dying’ – and they would like to invite EAPC members and supporters to contribute…​ Rebecca Early, 4th Year Medical Student, Liverpool … Continue reading

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How specialist palliative care services across the world innovated frugally in response to COVID-19

NEW SERIES:  COVID-19 AND THE PALLIATIVE CARE RESPONSE… Writing on this blog in May 2020, Catherine Walshe and Nancy Preston introduced the CovPall study, led by Professor Irene Higginson, and invited clinical leads across the globe to take part in … Continue reading

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Palliative care nursing and research:  A call to arms to conduct nursing research

For the past year, we have invited a guest writer to contribute to our special series to celebrate the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020. We thank all our guest writers for their contributions that so richly illustrate the … Continue reading

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