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Third ‘world map’ of palliative care development is published

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The close of 2019 sees the publication of the latest world map of palliative care development. Drawing on data from 198 countries in 2017, the full paper is available on open access and can be found here. Despite the many challenges in its production, and the views of some detractors in the field, I believe… Continue reading

Moving forward with the third ‘world map’ of palliative care development

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Members of the University of Glasgow End of Life Studies Group are collaborating with the ATLANTES Global Observatory of Palliative Care, University of Navarra and the Worldwide Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance, to conduct a third study of the state of palliative care development around the world. Based on data from 2017, the new ‘world… Continue reading

The ‘world map’ of palliative care development – our efforts to improve the method

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Since it was first published in 2008, and then updated in 2013, the ‘world map’ of palliative care development has attracted the interest of advocacy people, policy makers and fellow researchers. It remains the only attempt to assess the level of palliative care development in every sovereign state recognised by the United Nations. Results of… Continue reading

Putting heads together: international research collaborations that help us all

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Palliative and end of life care is still a small field of activity, but it has quickly developed a global network of people who want to work together, often in productive ways.  It was my pleasure in the last few weeks of 2018 to welcome to the University of Glasgow, Dumfries Campus some of the… Continue reading

A new world map of palliative care development

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  For those who seek to advocate for the development of palliative care as an aspect of Universal Health Coverage, having access to good global data is important. There is much interest in trying to understand how and to what extent palliative care is developing in each of the countries of the world. The World… Continue reading