News Roundup – 1-9 December 2012

Categories: In The Media.

3 December

Wales: Wales Online– When the time arrives most of us prefer to die at home, but will we get our own way?

Australia: ABC News– Palliative care petition record for NSW parliament

4 December

UK: The Independent– The science of compassion 

US: Cancer Network–  End-of-Life Parenteral Hydration Did Not Improve Symptoms, Quality of Life

5 December

US: RTT News– Restrictive Admission Policies May Keep Numbers Down In Hospice Centers

6 December

Israel: Haaretz–  More nurses to be trained to take on doctors’ duties, Health Ministry plans

UK: Nursing Times– End-of-life care for people with urological cancer

7 December 

Canada: National Post– End-of-life battles expose the culture clash in Canada’s intensive care units

UK: The Telegraph– Royal colleges should not interfere with assisted dying debate

8 December 

US: Mercury News– Database: Intensity of end-of-life care for California hospitals

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