Global developments and the Hospice Information Service

Saunders, Dame Cicely
January 2000
Palliative Medicine;Jan2000, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Introduces a series of articles on palliative care. Major developments in the field; Exchanges between countries on palliative care research; Pain control as a catalyst of the specialty of palliative medicine; Barriers to implementing a palliative care service.


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