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 with the dead through time and across the world.

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 […]
December 28, 2020
To understand the cultural perspective of how first generation Chinese migrants and their families perceive the provision of palliative care, to identify what exists which may […]
December 28, 2020
This review analysed palliative care content within Australian guidelines for life-limiting conditions to determine the extent to which it might satisfy GPs’ stated information needs and […]
December 28, 2020
Beautiful, thoughtful and loving, this book is absolutely brimming with life as Clarke describes the end-of-life care offered at the hospice where she works and some […]