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Media Watch 745

Of particular interest in this week’s issue of Media Watch (copy attached):

Australia

Evaluation of an online toolkit for carers of people with a life-limiting illness at the end of life: Health professionals’ perspectives

Ireland

Dying and Death in Ireland: What Do We Routinely Measure, How Can We Improve?

U.K.

Exploring socioeconomic inequities in access to palliative and end-of-life care in the U.K.: A narrative synthesis

 

Media Watch 744

 

Of particular interest in this week’s issue of Media Watch (copy attached):

Australia

Exploratory Review of Palliative Care Assessment Tools

Italy

Palliative care organization and staffing models in residential hospices: Which makes the difference?

U.S.

More than means to an end: Assessing provider familiarity with palliative care

 

Media Watch 743

 

Of particular interest in this week’s issue of Media Watch (copy attached):

Australia

The under-representation of palliative care in global guidelines for responding to infectious disease outbreaks: A systematic narrative review

New Zealand

Ending well: The urgent case for accessible palliative care

Sweden

A novel care guide for personalised palliative care: A national initiative for improved quality of care

 

 

Media Watch 742

 

Of particular interest in this week’s issue of Media Watch (copy attached):

Australia

Enhancing a community palliative care service with telehealth leads to efficiency gains and improves job satisfaction

India

Palliative care and legal issues in geriatric psychiatry

U.S.

Health professionals palliative care education for older adults: Overcoming ageism, racism, and gender bias

 

Media Watch 741

 

Of particular interest in this week’s issue of Media Watch (copy attached):

Australia

Reframing palliative care to improve the quality of life of people diagnosed with a serious illness

Canada

Dying in Canada is costing a fortune – and worse, it’s not how we want to go

How does English national end-of-life care policy impact on the experience of older people at the end of life? Findings from a realist evaluation