Malaysian photojournalist Ahmad Yusni has documented his younger brother Mohammad Sani’s battle with cancer.
With prices in Beijing cemeteries increasing more than 30% per year, the Chinese capital is a place where many simply can’t afford to die.
Taiwan- The China Post
The National Health Insurance Administration (NHIA) has announced that neighborhood hospice care for terminally ill patients will be officially included in national health insurance plans from January.
The African Palliative Care Association (APCA) is this year celebrating 10 years of promoting palliative care in Africa.
The Guardian (podcast)
Rwanda has been praised for the development of its healthcare, despite having only 625 doctors at the start of the decade.
Cut-throat nature of modern Korean society has eroded the traditional social contract dictating that children care for their parents.
US- Leading Age
Hospice workers fare better than other categories of home health workers and are less likely to leave their jobs, according to a new study.
ehospice South Africa
Sthabile was a patient at the Highway Hospice In-Patient Unit in Kwazulu – Natal, Cape Town.
In a two-part series, artist Antonia Rolls writes for ehospice about her exhibition ‘A Graceful Death’, and how the death of her husband Steve inspired her to paint other people facing the end of their lives.