Despite the enthusiasm for palliative care recent data showed that only 14 of people needing palliative care at the end of life received it 22 three barriers were identified lack of health policies in support of palliative care development lack of relevant training to healthcare workers and poor accessibility of essential palliative care . Palliative treatment of palliative care 1565 words 7 pages introduction palliative care also referred to as end of life care mosca blazer wheeler and abernethy 2011 is a clinical issue which focuses on treating symptoms relieving suffering and providing support to the patient and their family hauser et al 2011. The analysis contains demographics the history of hospice and palliative care the number of current services funding education and training of professional staff and the role of volunteers with an in depth case portrayal of particular servicesreimer gronemeyer is professor of sociology at the justus liebig university in giessen germany. Social workers membership info from chpca which provides advocacy for quality hospice palliative care and awareness of end of life care issues in canada
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