Primary Care

388 articles:
by Sharon Bal

There is no ‘I’ in healthcare teams

by Darren Cargill

Palliative vs. supportive: The zombie argument that refuses to die

Changing the name of palliative care to "supportive care" would be a lazy substitute for the important work of educating patients, families, caregivers and clinicians alike on what palliative care actually is.

by Sarina R. Isenberg Stephanie Saunders Maya Stern Ramona Mahtani

Raising the bar on our haphazard end-of-life transition from hospital to home

by Darren Cargill

Palliative care needs better PR

by Sarina R. Isenberg Amy T. Hsu

What are we willing to pay for the quality of death we want?

by Darren Cargill

NIMBYism? We’ll take that hospice, thanks!

by Maureen M. Charlebois

Pandemic highlights the need for homecare

by Nikita Arora

‘Tell me it will be OK:’ Learning to deal with patients’ pain

As a surgical resident, a huge part of my job is, unexpectedly, palliation. But I’ve never received training on how to do it. Am I doing it right? I wonder.

by Darren Cargill

Australia offers lesson in palliative care

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