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The consortium addresses national research priorities in palliative care and end-of-life by enhancing the quality and efficiency of research and educating doctors and patients about best practices. The goal is to promote research that leads to better
Hospice of the Bluegrass is laying off 46 people, or 7 percent of its 617-person staff...Hospice of the Bluegrass has offices in Lexington, Frankfort, Cynthiana, Florence, Hazard, Corbin, Harlan and Pikeville, and it serves 32 counties in Central,
Share Tools Telemedicine is not preferable for optimal palliative care, though patients do have a positive attitude toward using it, a new study published in the journal Telemedicine and e-Health finds. The basis of the study results were four semi-
Mr. Jacobsen became Executive Director in 2008, following the retirement of the organization's first Executive Director Gail Rink. During Mr. Jacobsen's tenure the agency has seen the number it serves monthly increase from 280 to 700. The number of
Glass died early Friday at the Exempla Lutheran's Collier Hospice Center where she had been staying for one day. She had been receiving hospice-level care at home for a week. Memorial service plans are pending and details shall be sent out in the
It is a fact of life that, at some point, each of us will experience back pain. However, for most people, that pain is temporary and passes within a few days or weeks. Back pain that does not go away on its own is generally considered to be chronic.
The team will focus on creating a platform of information on elderly care brands and provide consultation on institutions...Cao Jian, deputy director of China Research Center on Aging, said the team will also promote Chinese pension brands to a
After a lot of hard work, we have combined evidence-based guidelines with practical advice to help you use your health information technology more safely. Guides will help optimize for safety appeared first on Health IT Buzz .
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Health and Social Care Research at St George's, University of London For people with learning disabilities the world can be a bewildering and strange place to get to grips with, but in hospitals it can be even worse.
January 14th, 2014 I have spent a lot of time in hospitals recently as my sister was diagnosed with an aggressive lung cancer...That has been the experience of care for her in two different hospitals in the Melbourne, Fla., area over the holidays.