The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is inviting applications for the APHN Rosalie Shaw Travelling Scholarship for the Asia Pacific Hospice Conference in 2015.
Nazeem Beegum’s book “My mother did not go bald” has been getting positive reviews since its release in September.
The New York Times
New York is currently home to at least three exhibitions of art associated with mourning and memorialization.
Introduction to a new series of articles which will explore some of the hidden parts of the ethics of healthcare research and practice within the palliverse.
Engaging the patient
“The misunderstanding of what palliative care is and what it is for places a large burden not only on patients, but on society.”
A new study that measured “dispositional mindfulness” along with seven indicators of cardiovascular health found that persons reporting higher degrees of awareness of their present feelings and experiences had better health.
A sailor from Sierra Leone has told the BBC how Ebola has robbed his country of joy and says the international community should send “serious help”.
The Mali government has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the country.
In honour of Hospice Chaplain Week, Care Dimensions coordinator of spiritual care offers this commentary to explain the vital role of a hospice chaplain and the types of conversations and support they offer to dying patients and their families.
ehospice International children’s edition
Richard House is calling all those who live in or near London and want to be part of a Guinness World Record to join their ‘Penguin Waddle’ on 12 November.