Doctors, nurses cite insufficient training, education in hospice palliative care in Singapore

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The findings, released today are from the second part of a survey on death attitudes by Lien Foundation conducted between February and April this year. More than 200 doctors and 400 nurses were interviewed on their views about death and dying, their levels of awareness and receptivity towards hospice palliative care.

Speaking at the release of the survey findings today, Chief Executive Officer of Lien Foundation Lee Poh Wah noted that the survey had assessed a critical weakness in the healthcare system, especially in the area of professional training.

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