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Kathy Vickers 12h
Replying to @theblondeMD
Hi - I’m a nurse. You’ve probably heard my no.1 hits “pall Care is not just about dying”, “Pain killers work best when you take them”, “no really it’s a beautiful line of work”, and “we should have had this referral 6 months ago”
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Caroline Mogan 9h
The aim of public health approaches to palliative care is to complement clinical approaches not replace them.
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Stephen Mason 8h
Prof Kellehear - 95% of dying occurs outside of institutional and professional care - so what’s is doing about this
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Caroline Mogan 10h
Really looking forward to hearing Allan Kellehear & talk about community approaches to supporting health & well-being & end of life care today
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Hospice Toronto Jan 18
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Your Ontario Doctors Jan 20
"15% of Cdns have access to ..w/crumbling , promoting euthanasia is hidden part of govt’s solution for sustainability.. If govt is going to promote &fund euthanasia.. morally obliged to do same for palliative care &healthcare"
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Sarah_Stan 5h
A very interesting morning learning about how we can make the change towards compassionate communities
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Tan Clover 21m
Absolutely! well done for talking about the only other thing everyone has in common. Talking about won’t kill you, but it may help you to the way you want to
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José Miguel Carrasco Jan 21
New article: Global Palliative Care and Cross-National Comparison: How Is Palliative Care Development Assessed?
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easyMedicare.com 3h
Replying to @EzMedicare
First, what is ? In general, palliative care focuses on relieving the discomfort or symptoms of a condition. It does NOT mean that someone is dying. As we age, many of us develop health conditions that cannot be "cured," but should be managed - palliative care.
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Ishwaria Subbiah, MD MS 57m
Fascinating!! Stepping outside my scientific comfort zone to hear today’s Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds by on “Exploring Therapies in Oncology.” Glad he started w the slide on what is “biofield?” Definition below!
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Coalition for Supportive Care of Kidney Patients 5h
Register in advance ! This Thursday Dr. Vanessa Grubbs presents Navigating the Landscape: Decision Making + for the Older ESRD Patient on Jan 24. Companion Webinar Series on in .
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Hayley Lewthwaite 5h
Our review of clinical guidelines building a case for inclusion of adequate assessment+mgmt for all ppl w COPD and pain not just those in Fig shows reported pain prevalence in COPD
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Pontifical Academy Life 11h
The Conference opened with the signing of a Joint Declaration on the End of Life and issued by and the
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André Picard 5h
Innovative approach to gets green light for nationwide expansion, by via
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Say No To Pain Jan 18
Psilocybin mushrooms are one of 5 powerful psychedilics that treat mental disorders and change human consciousness.
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Brian Dillon 21h
2 doctors, and , outline their concerns with CMS' new policy via Your CMS at work. About that ankylosing spondylitis... good luck with that
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Nathan Gray MD 3h
Here's my January cartoon for ! No comment except that this is one of my favorites. . .
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ELDAC Jan 16
Better care for all older Australians. Formalised agreements & plans are 3 of 7 evidence-based strategies ELDAC is using to create partnerships between & services. More from Dr Rosenberg
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ehospicenews 10h
. has teamed up with the Garo Baptist Convention- Christian Health Project to provide training for health care professionals. The training took place in Joyramkura, a village on the north eastern border of Bangladesh:
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