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January 11, 2021
Work needed to make palliative care more accessible.
January 11, 2021
While 60% of people with dementia had some form of ACP documentation, only half of the cases in which ACP was documented included an ACD completed […]
January 11, 2021
Canada’s population is rapidly aging, but is it aging well? In the November 2020 report “Ageing Well,” by Queen’s University, they found both good and bad […]
January 3, 2021
This study explored if available ACP tools are acceptable for use in LTC by (a) eliciting staff views on the content and format that would support […]
January 3, 2021
The purpose is to explore triggers for moral distress, constraints preventing physicians from doing the right thing and ensuing consequences in making decisions for patients approaching […]
January 3, 2021
While death is universal, reactions to death and ways of dealing with the dead body are hugely diverse, and archaeological research reveals numerous ways of dealing […]

It is feasible to flag ‘near end-of-life’ status in older patients from routine general practice data