Tag Archives: Integrated care in palliative care

Continuity of care in Brazil: Challenges to filling the gaps

Santiago Rodríguez Corrêa, a family physician and founder of ‘Estar ao Seu Lado – Cuidados Paliativos na Atenção Primária,’ Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, explains why he’s feeling a little more optimistic … “A pessimist is one who makes … Continue reading

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Palliative care: Making it work – New MOOC launches

Dr Nancy Preston and Dr Sean Hughes, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, explain how a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) has provided free online training for health and social care workers, patients, carers and academics … Continue reading

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Patient-centred care: How far should patients be ‘active collaboration’ partners?

Marlieke van der Eerden, MSc and PhD candidate, is involved in the European FP7 research project ‘Best and promising practices in Integrated Palliative Care in Europe’ (InSup-C). The decisive role of patients Having worked within integrated palliative care research for some … Continue reading

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Integrated palliative care: Call for papers for a special edition of Palliative Medicine

A forthcoming special edition of Palliative Medicine will focus on integrated palliative care in the context of palliative care and end-of-life-care service delivery. Guest editors, Dr Jeroen Hasselaar, Co-ordinator, Best Practices in Integrated Palliative Care in Europe (InSup-C), Radboud University … Continue reading

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