- Death and the Maiden – How women deal with grief
- One hundred and forty-five countries signed the 1951 Refugee Convention: Why do refugees have limited access to quality health care and end-of-life care?
- Refugees in palliative care: What do they need?
- Equality of opportunity in academic palliative care: What’s the problem?
- Intangible values of palliative care
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Tag Archives: grief and loss
Starting today, a new short series about bereaved children and teenagers with examples of initiatives from Greece, Romania, and the UK . . . Emanuel Hospice in Romania offers a five-day overnight camp for bereaved teenagers with opportunities for grief … Continue reading →
Death at the time of birth: One of life’s greatest paradoxes. Reflections of a Clinical Midwife Specialist in Bereavement
Continuing our special series on perinatal bereavement and palliative care with examples of initiatives from Ireland and France that aim to improve care for babies and families. Brid Shine, Clinical Midwife Specialist, Bereavement and Loss, Coombe Women & Infants University … Continue reading →
Today, we launch a special series about perinatal bereavement and palliative care with examples of initiatives from Ireland and France that aim to improve care for babies and families. Grace O’Sullivan, Hospice Friendly Hospitals Programme Coordinator, Irish Hospice Foundation, explains … Continue reading →