Media Watch 512: In this issue...

Media Watch 512:  In this issue...
  • Montreal's Maison du Père to offer palliative care to its homeless clients
  • We’re bad at death. First, we need a good talk
  • From primary care to hospice: Treating aging inmates and ex-offenders
  • Most people would be willing to give injections to improve quality of life for a dying person
  • Life expectancy can vary by 20 years depending on where you live
  • Managing bias in palliative care: Professional hazards in goals-of-care discussions at the end of life

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Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

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Media Watch is distributed weekly to colleagues who are active or have a special interest in hospice, palliative care and end-of-life issues to help keep them abreast of current, emerging and related...

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