CBC News Toronto
Some of the country’s smallest and sickest patients have passed through the doors of a Toronto-area hospice since it opened earlier this year — providing care and support to families with terminally ill children.
An article published this week in the Atlantic explores the delicate balance between religion and palliative care in Nigeria.
Catherine Walshe, Editor in Chief, and Debbie Ashby, Editorial Manager, ‘Palliative Medicine’, contribute to a special series of blog posts to celebrate the EAPC’s 25th anniversary.
Delmarva Now offers some advice for dealing with grief over the festive season.
The Portugal News Online
A Portuguese nurse who has set up an association to promote palliative care in the Algarve has told The Portugal News that government resources currently available to patients are “clearly insufficient” and that society must unite to fill the voids being left by waning health and support services.
The Irish Hospice Foundation
The Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF) has written today to Tony O’Brien, Director General of the Health Service Executive seeking clarification that a budget for specialist palliative care will be unveiled in sectoral budgets published in January 2014.
Earlier this month, 5000 people packed the Mall of America to sing “Clouds,” a hit song written and recorded by a terminally ill Minnesota teenager named Zach Sobiech.
Dying Matters, in partnership with the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Flix Productions, has launched a groundbreaking short film aimed at improving understanding of end of life needs of the Muslim community.