Tag Archives: medical education in palliative care

Preparing new UK doctors to deal with death and dying – a simulation-based approach

Dr Laura Jones is a junior doctor who previously worked as a teaching fellow at South Tyneside District Hospital in the UK. Earlier poor feedback on didactic teaching methods for final year medical students led Laura to develop her own three-day … Continue reading

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A medical student’s journey into palliative care

Lucy Taylor is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. Her winning entry for the Royal Society of Medicine Palliative Care Section’s essay prize on the future of palliative care is published in the September/October issue … Continue reading

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Budapest Commitments: How palliative medicine became a subspecialty in Israel

Dr Michaela Bercovitch, EAPC board member, Chair of Israel Palliative Medical Society, Head of Palliative Care Department, Sheba Medical Center, and a lecturer at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Continuing our series about the Budapest Commitments, … Continue reading

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