- Death and the Maiden – How women deal with grief
- One hundred and forty-five countries signed the 1951 Refugee Convention: Why do refugees have limited access to quality health care and end-of-life care?
- Refugees in palliative care: What do they need?
- Equality of opportunity in academic palliative care: What’s the problem?
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Category Archives: SOCIAL MEDIA
Dr Katherine Sleeman, NIHR Clinician Scientist at the Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, UK Is there a problem with gender bias in academic palliative care? This was the question I pondered at the 2016 European Association for Palliative Care … Continue reading →
Ahead of the 15th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care here’s another post from congress contributors . . . James Norris, Katherine Sleeman, Catherine Walshe and Julie Ling, give a glimpse of two sessions designed to keep … Continue reading →
The European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Social Media Team are delighted to announce the most-viewed posts published on the EAPC Blog in 2016. It’s five years since the EAPC first dipped its toe into social media, starting with our … Continue reading →
Dr Mark Taubert is Clinical Director for Palliative Medicine, Velindre NHS Trust, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, and a member of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) social media team. Here, Mark explains how a new website aims to dispel … Continue reading →
Cliquez ici pour lire la version française Continuing our special series on perinatal bereavement and palliative care with examples of initiatives from Ireland and France that aim to improve care for babies and families. Today, Nicole Monteville Culas, President of … Continue reading →