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The Budapest Commitments: A view from the UK

Dr Bee Wee, President of the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland, and Head of WHO Collaborating Centre for Palliative Care in Oxford, UK, continues our series that looks at how different countries are improving palliative care … Continue reading

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Budapest Commitments: the status in Denmark

Mette Asbjoern Neergaard, Tove Bahn Vejlgaard, Bodil Abild Jespersen, Anette Damkier, Henrik Larsen, Trine Brogaard, Mogens Groenvold and Per Sjogren are members of the Danish Palliative Care Research Network. Here they explain how their network contributes to the scientific development … Continue reading

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Budapest Commitments – the Czech Republic

Dr Ondrej Sláma, Secretary, and Dr Ladislav Kabelka, President, the Czech Society for Palliative Medicine The Czech Republic is privileged to be a high-income country with a relatively well-functioning healthcare system, good availability of the latest diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, … Continue reading

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Budapest Commitments: Albania’s story

Irena Laska, Executive Director of Qendra E Kujdesit Paliativ ‘Mary Potter’, Korça, Albania, and General Secretary of the Albanian National Palliative Care Association. Although Albania did not officially sign up to the Budapest Commitments in 2007, our National Palliative Care … Continue reading

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Budapest Commitments – Switzerland

Esther Schmidlin and fellow members of the board of directors of ‘palliative ch’ contribute to our series of posts on the Budapest Commitments When the idea to participate in the Budapest Commitments emerge at the EAPC congress in 2007, the board … Continue reading

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