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With the prevalence of chronic diseases rapidly increasing in Africa, expanding palliative care will be essential to help patients live with dignity.
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A pilot project recently trained staff in two nursing homes and Charlottetown's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
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A cancer sufferer who planned to do a charity trek with her friend sadly died before she could take part.
Weil has been executive director at Hospice of North Idaho for a decade, increasing the number of patients, growing assets and adding programs, including Idaho’s first inpatient hospice center, according to The Chaplaincy.
The new Mayor of Diss has vowed to keep the town in the forefront of people's minds as he took over the mantle from outgoing mayor Graham Minshull.
The first palliative care facility in the Borders, the Margaret Kerr Unit, is to be officially opened by the Duke of Gloucester.
The UAB School of Nursing received a grant for more than $700,000 to study the effects of phone-based palliative care on cancer patients.
WELLNESS HUB. On May 9, Minett resident Brock Napier, second from left, officially handed over 13 acres of land on behalf of himself and wife Willa to Councillor Allen Edwards of the Port Carling Nursing Station Committee, centre.
Hospice Buffalo officials say income related to patient care at the end of life is driving other hospital and nursing home providers to expand their palliative care programs, holding onto patients longer before referring families to hospice services.
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Providing symptom-based care during the last days or hours of life in a hospital setting requires a complex set of skills and interactions.
HAVENS Hospices has denied rumours it has bought a prime piece of land opposite its children's hospice in Thundersley.
St Catherine's Hospice in Lostock Hall near Preston is supporting a campaign to get more people to talk more openly about death, dying and bereavement.
Effie Creswell, his partner of 34 years, is appealing for his ex-colleagues to provide information about the conditions he worked in as a labourer and general foreman in the 1970s and 80s, during which time it is thought he may have been exposed to asbestos.
Patient Dawn Dillard talks with palliative Dr. Linda Smith at Providence Hospital in Anchorage.
The sister of a Sudbury man who was left homeless after battling cancer is devastated she wasn't able to spend the final 30 minutes of his life with him before he died on Mother's Day.