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Category Archives: SPIRITUAL CARE
The EAPC Spiritual Care Taskforce survey: How do palliative care professionals currently understand spiritual care?
Dr. Bella Vivat, PhD, Senior Research Associate in the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department at University College London, UK, and Co-Lead of the Implementation Subgroup of the EAPC Spiritual Care Taskforce My main research interest since I conducted an ethnographic … Continue reading
Sander de Hosson, pulmonary specialist at WZA (Wilhelmina Hospital Assen), The Netherlands My initial encounter with palliative care took place during my electives. On the ward was a 60-year-old woman with an extensive cutaneous and pulmonary metastatic melanoma as well … Continue reading
Dr. Bella Vivat, PhD, Senior Research Associate in the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department at University College London, UK, and Co-Lead of the Implementation Subgroup of the EAPC Spiritual Care Taskforce Spiritual care and spiritual wellbeing are central to … Continue reading
A new curriculum for hospice volunteers, published in November 2015, offers a training programme that specialises in spirituality and spiritual care. Margit Gratz and Traugott Roser have been working in hospice and palliative care (inpatient and outpatient care) for many … Continue reading
Revd Dr Andrew Goodhead, Member of the European Association for Palliative Care Task Force on Spiritual Care, and Spiritual Care Lead at St Christopher’s Hospice, London, UK, reviews the conference: Spiritual care in palliative care: Recent European research and future developments. The … Continue reading