Tag Archives: Covid-19 and palliative care

CovPall: A new study of the palliative care response to COVID-19

A recent post from the team at Cicely Saunders Institute (King’s College London) announced plans for a new research collaboration, CovPall. Today, Catherine Walshe and Nancy Preston from the International Observatory on End of Life Care tell us more about CovPall and the … Continue reading

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Stand by me: Honouring the courage and dedication of all caregivers in the time of coronavirus

Today (April 30), it’s the International Day of Jazz. We’re delighted to share with you a special recording from ‘The Palliators’, a band of Dutch people working professionally in palliative care as caregivers and researchers, and a volunteer. Carlo Leget, Professor … 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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From the front line: Palliative care in Bologna during the COVID-19 crisis

Dr Danila Valenti is Medical Director of UO Rete delle Cure Palliative (SC), a palliative care unit in Bologna, northern Italy, and a member of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Board of Directors. Here, she explains some of … Continue reading

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