Media Watch 515: In this issue...

Media Watch 515:  In this issue...
  • How a 1980 letter on drug addiction fueled the opioid epidemic
  • Strategies to improve quality of life at the end of life: Interdisciplinary team perspectives
  • Strategies for promoting high-quality care and personal resilience in palliative care
  • What should physicians do when they disagree, clinically and ethically, with a surrogate’s wishes?
  • Integration and activity of hospital-based palliative care consultation teams: The INSIGHT multi-centric cohort study
     

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Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

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