Category Archives: Top Ten Most-Viewed Posts

Lobsters, spiritual care, COPD and a quiet English village – what’s the link with palliative care?

Well, the clue could lie in the diverse content that we publish on the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) blog and, in particular, in the second half of last year. Here, the EAPC social media team salute our fantastic contributors … Continue reading

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Lobster for Josino: Fabulous food for our final days

CATCH UP WITH SOME OF OUR ‘PAST POSTS’ – TODAY WE’RE REPUBLISHING ONE OF OUR FAVOURITE POSTS FROM LAST YEAR… An executive chef, a palliative care consultant, a dietician and a speech pathologist teamed up to write an award-winning cook … Continue reading

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Promoting palliative care on the EAPC blog – our Top Ten posts for the first half of 2019

Here’s a special tribute to all the kind and committed people who spend hours ‘on top of the day job’ writing for the EAPC blog. Avril Jackson, social media lead for the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), unveils the … Continue reading

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A free online course to improve palliative care in care homes for older people – registration for the next course opens today!

Earlier this year, a free online course delivered training for almost 1,500 healthcare professionals and others involved in caring for older people at end of life. If you missed it, there’s a new course starting early in 2020!  Professor Sheila Payne, … Continue reading

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Palliative care as a basic healthcare right: A new consensus within the humanitarian community

Continuing our new series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crises where we shall look at the implications of providing palliative care for migrants, refugees and people who have fled war-torn countries and places of conflict and how … Continue reading

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