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Reflections from a Public Patient Involvement member on being part of an out-of-hours community palliative care research study

Research that has input from patients, families and the public from the start is more likely to make a difference. Margaret Ogden, Chair of the Public Patient Involvement (PPI) group for the ‘Understanding and improving community-based palliative care outside of … Continue reading

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What’s the role of palliative care and hospices in the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from a systematic review

Rachel Cripps, Simon Etkind, Anna Bone, Adejoke Oluyase, Mevhibe Hocaoglu, Katherine Sleeman and Irene Higginson, King’s College London, Cicely Saunders Institute, London, UK, share the evidence and explain how you can get involved in a new survey. Palliative care and hospice … Continue reading

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Using a holistic approach to reduce distress due to breathlessness in people with advanced disease

Researchers, clinicians, and service user representatives at Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, have been gathering evidence on services for people with chronic breathlessness and advanced disease. Their findings are now published in Thorax and available in open access. Dr … Continue reading

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Future-proofing Dame Cicely Saunders’ Centenary of Change: Integrating Research, Education and Clinical Care

This year’s 10th EAPC World Research Congress celebrates important milestones for palliative care in Europe and the world: 20 years of the EAPC Research Network, the 30th anniversary of the EAPC, as well as the commemoration of the 100th birthday of Dame … Continue reading

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