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Media Watch 717

 

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

Australia

50 Years of advance care planning: What do we call success?

Sweden

Continuums of change in a competence-building initiative addressing end-of-life communication in Swedish elder care

U.K.

Cicely Saunders, “total pain” and emotional evidence at the end of life

 

Media Watch 716

 

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

Germany

Diversity in representations and voices of terminally ill people in end-of-life documentaries

U.S.

Integration of palliative care into all serious illness care as a human right

Research Matters

Stakeholder-engaged process for refining the design of a clinical trial in home hospice

Media Watch 715

 

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

Australia

Evaluation of a commissioned end-of-life care service in Australian aged care facilities

Norway

Death Café, Bauman and striving for human connection in “liquid times”

 

U.S.
The role of advance care planning in cancer patient and caregiver grief resolution: Helpful or harmful?

 

Media Watch 714

 

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

Canada

Activating patients and families to improve palliative care: The waiting room revolution

U.K

Models will only get us so far: Planning for place of care and death

Research Matters

The power of specialty palliative care: Moving towards a systems perspective

 

Media Watch 713

 

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

Australia

Examining the role of specialist palliative care in geriatric care to inform collaborations: A survey on the knowledge, practice and attitudes of geriatricians in providing palliative care

Canada

The association between varying levels of palliative care involvement on costs during terminal hospitalizations in Canada from 2012 to 2015

Hospice care providers’ experiences of grappling with medical assistance in dying in a hospice setting: A qualitative descriptive study