How nurses can lead change and improvement in palliative care
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How nurses can lead change and improvement in palliative care

Nick Evans Health journalist

The NHS wants palliative care to be better coordinated and more person-centred – but are nurses and services always equipped to address individuals’ needs?

Not everyone gets the care and support they need to die with dignity and in as much comfort as possible. For years, nurses have led improvement in palliative and end of life care. We take a look at some recent developments – and what role nurses can play in the continuing improvements.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 23, 1, 17-20. doi: 10.7748/cnp.23.1.17.s8

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