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Quels sont les besoins des infants en oncologie

Résumé Introduction : La prise en charge des soins palliatifs et de la fin de vie d’un enfant atteint de cancer est souvent particulièrement complexe. Des soins palliatifs de qualité sont actuellement le standard en oncologie pédiatrique. Pour mieux comprendre les besoins en fin de vie d’enfants et de leur famille, au Maroc, des parents d’enfants en phase [...]

By | Septiembre 25th, 2016|Cuidados Paliativos en Niños y Adolescentes|0 Comments

Ten principles for good interdisciplinary tema work

Interdisciplinary team work is increasingly prevalent, supported by policies and practices that bring care closer to the patient and challenge traditional professional boundaries. To date, there has been a great deal of emphasis on the processes of team work, and in some cases, outcomes. DESCARGAR PDF

By | Agosto 27th, 2016|Calidad y CP, Cuidadores, Cuidados Paliativos|0 Comments

Consensus- recomendations in PC hospital care

In an effort to provide supportive operational detail about specific features necessary for program sustainability and growth and to help guide hospitals starting new or strengthening existing palliative care programs, the Center to Advance Palliative Care convened a consensus panel to develop recommendations for key operational features for hospital programs. Twenty-two recommendations are grouped into 12 domains and include [...]

By | Agosto 24th, 2016|Educación Paliativa|0 Comments

Pediatric Palliative Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review of the Evidence

Pediatric palliative care is a pressing clinical and public health challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. Explicit evidence-based models of service development, patient assessment, and evidence for control of prevalent problems (physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and developmental) are urgently needed. Greater research activity is urgently required to ensure an evidence-based response to the enormous need for pediatric palliative care in sub-Saharan [...]

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