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Winning posters from Berlin: Dentists and palliative care clinicians unite on award-winning poster on oral health

CONTINUING OUR BERLIN POSTERS SERIES … Poster presentations are an essential cornerstone of every EAPC Congress – this year at the 16th EAPC World Congress in Berlin more than 1,100 posters were on display representing the scientific rigour and commitment of … Continue reading

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Investigating hidden assumptions about volunteers: What research evidence is needed?

UNDER THE LENS – A NEW SERIES HIGHLIGHTING THE IMPORTANT ROLE PLAYED BY VOLUNTEERS IN PALLIATIVE CARE… Writing on behalf of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Task Force on Volunteering, Catherine Walshe and Sheila Payne from the International Observatory on … Continue reading

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A countdown to #EAPC2019 – 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care

Last week in Berlin, the Scientific and Local Organising Committees of the 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) met to plan for next year’s world congress. Sébastien Moine and Anne Letsch, on behalf of the Scientific and … Continue reading

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What’s to like in palliative care part two: The most-viewed posts on the EAPC Blog in 2017

The European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Social Media Team are delighted to announce the winners of the Top Ten most-viewed posts published on the EAPC Blog in the second half of 2017.  Earlier this year we were delighted to announce the … Continue reading

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New workbook for carers in palliative care released

Dr Libby Sallnow, Palliative medicine doctor, University College London Hospital, and doctoral student, University of Edinburgh, UK. This week sees the release of a new tool for supporting carers in palliative care, but with one crucial difference –  it takes … Continue reading