The Blog of the European Association of Palliative Care (onlus)

Giving voice to life: The valuable work of volunteer hospice biographers

Vivienne Pender is a counsellor who coordinates the Biography Service at Mary Potter Hospice Wellington, New Zealand. Here the author explains the background to her longer article that is published in the July/August edition of the European Journal of Palliative … Continue reading

Palliative medicine: Now a medical specialty in 18 European countries

Dr Carlos Centeno, University of Navarra, Institute for Culture and Society (ICS), ATLANTES Research Programme, Pamplona, Spain, explains the background to a new report, drawn up by the EAPC Task Force on the Process of Specialisation in Palliative Medicine in … Continue reading

We’re not alone: 11th National Congress of the Hungarian Hospice-Palliative Association

Agnes Zana continues this week’s focus on palliative care in Hungary. Agnes Zana, PhD, is Assistant Lecturer at Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Budapest and a board member of the Hungarian Hospice Palliative Association. Our biennial national conference was … Continue reading