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Category Archives: RESEARCH
Food, Toys and Love: The Voices of Seriously Ill Children and Their Siblings.
There are just nine days to go to #EAPC2023! The 18th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) is in Rotterdam on 15th to 17th June 2023. Today, we are pleased to welcome Professor Barbara Sourkes to … Continue reading
Updating international consensus on the best practice in care of the dying: A Delphi study.
We think we know what a good death is…but some key elements can change over time. The 10 Core Principles and 40 Core Outcomes from the ‘10/40 Model for Best Care for the Dying Person’ was first published a decade … Continue reading
Has COVID-19 changed care at the end of life in England?
Covid-19 affected healthcare systems globally, with implications for policy, funding, and care delivery. Research played an important role in analysing and learning from how countries responded. For today’s blog, we hear from Monica Oancea from the Cicely Saunders Institute of … Continue reading
Linking the ‘point of care’ with the ‘point of life’: experiences from the MyPal project.
Digital health interventions are a fast-developing field, with much potential, but not without their challenges, especially in palliative care. The MyPal ebook, based on a recently completed European project, is a new resource which could help you navigate their implementation, … Continue reading
Artificial Intelligence has no role in palliative care…or does it?
It would be easy to assume that there many things which could contribute to the development of palliative care, but Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn’t one of them. Yet, today we hear from Dr.Max Sarmet and Dr. Ambereen K. Mehta – … Continue reading