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Is there equitable access to palliative care for people in prison?

CELEBRATING WORLD HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE DAY 2021. THIS YEAR’S THEME IS LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND – EQUITY IN ACCESS TO PALLIATIVE CARE In a special series, EAPC task forces and reference groups that work on behalf of vulnerable communities … Continue reading

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Missing voices – palliative care and the prison population

Katie Stone, Research Assistant at the Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, introduces a research study that has been selected as this month’s ‘Editor’s choice’ in ‘Palliative Medicine’. End of life care for those serving prolonged sentences in prisons is … Continue reading

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