Category Archives: Top Ten Most-Viewed Posts

Passion and commitment to palliative care: Top Twenty most-viewed posts in 2020 on the EAPC blog

Avril Jackson, on behalf of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) social media team, introduces the most-viewed posts on our blog in 2020.  In the past nine years that I’ve been managing the EAPC blog, I’ve come to truly … Continue reading

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Abstract Watch: Palliative and end-of-life care in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – We know you’re super busy and don’t always have the chance to read all our posts. As, sadly, we enter the second wave of the pandemic we hope that this post … Continue reading

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Dutch pain management team awarded Best European Paper of 2019 at EAPC World Research Congress Online

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 11TH EAPC WORLD RESEARCH CONGRESS ONLINE 2020 We are delighted to invite Johan Haumann to tell us more about his winning paper that was awarded ‘Best European Paper published in 2019’  by ‘Journal of Palliative Medicine’ and the European Association for Palliative. And there is … Continue reading

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Becoming the first palliative care nurse in Uganda  

CONTINUING OUR SERIES TO CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE NURSE AND MIDWIFE 2020 AND THE BENEFITS THAT NURSING AND MIDWIFERY BRING TO THE HEALTH OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION.  To mark this world first, the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) is publishing … Continue reading

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Five spiritual strengths your patients might be pursuing

Another contribution to our Spirituality and Palliative Care series that looks at how people deal with crisis and suffering when confronted with life-threatening disease. Today, our guest writer is Marc Haufe, PhD researcher spiritual care at the Care Ethics department … Continue reading

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