GP fears for terminal care

September 2003
Pulse;9/15/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 37, p2
Reports on the fear of doctor Catherine Neden for the loss of general practitioners' skill in palliative care. Implication on the omission of contract on palliative care; Increase in the proportion of patients with a palliative care management plan; Percentage of patients on opioids reviewed monthly.


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