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Media Watch 694

 

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

Lack of consistency in government policy

Palliative care must be a priority for all governments

Reducing barriers to accessing palliative care

Duration of palliative care before death in international routine practice: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Perceptions of palliative care

How views of oncologists and haematologists impacts palliative care referral: A systematic review

 

Media Watch 693

 

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

Canada

Involvement of palliative care in patients requesting medical assistance in dying

Germany

Can migration background be a boundary in palliative care at the end of life?

U.K.

The perspectives of children and young people affected by parental life-limiting illness: An integrative review and thematic synthesis

 

Media Watch 692

 

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

Gaps in hospice and palliative care research

A scoping review of the North American literature

“in the moment”

“Advance” care planning re-envisioned

International transfer of an end-of-life care intervention

The case of the Liverpool Care Pathway for the dying patient

 

Media Watch 691

 

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

France

Home-based palliative care management: What are the useful resources for general practitioners? A qualitative study among GPs in France

Germany

Caregiving adult children’s perceptions of challenges relating to the end of life of their centenarian parents

 

U.K.

Factors influencing nurse retention within children’s palliative care

 

Media Watch 690

 

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

Palliative Care in Conflict Zones

Addressing obstacles to the inclusion of palliative care in humanitarian health projects: A qualitative study of humanitarian health professionals’ and policymakers’ perceptions

Pediatric Palliative Care

Going against patients’ will? A qualitative study of how palliative healthcare professionals handle competing considerations when children are excluded from parental illness and death

COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on the hospice and palliative care workforce