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Palliative Stories – the EAPC’s new blog series from the perspective of patients and family carers

Continuing our series today, we hear from Anne Molloy, a member of Voices 4 Care, the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care’s user/carer panel. My father died in August 2011. He had been diagnosed with stage 4 leiomyosarcoma … Continue reading

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Palliative Stories – the new EAPC blog series from the perspective of patients and family carers

Helen Findlay is a PhD student in the College of Health and Life Sciences at Brunel University London, on the topic of ‘Service user involvement in palliative care’. If someone had said to me earlier in my life that one … Continue reading

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Palliative Stories – Introduction to a new EAPC blog series from the perspective of patients and family carers

Professor Sheila Payne, President of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), and Dr Mark Taubert, Clinical Director for Palliative Medicine at Velindre NHS Trust, Cardiff, UK, and Social Media User/Adviser/Non-Executive Director of DeadSocial, UK. We are delighted to welcome a … Continue reading

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