Planning for better end of life services
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Planning for better end of life services

Julie Pearce Chief nurse and executive director of quality and caring services, Marie Curie

Nursing workforce shortages will make ambitions for improved care a tall order, which is why our Better End of Life programme is timely

With COVID-19 vaccinations progressing and the UK reopening, it is tempting to focus on the future – but as we emerge from lockdown it is vital we reflect on the past year and the lessons we can learn.

Nursing Standard. 36, 6, 60-60. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.6.60.s22

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