Harriet Lancaster

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Around the world forty million people a year need palliative care yet more than four in five of these have no access to basic analgesia with morphine. 6% of those dying with no pain relief are children. Those left behind carry with them the memory of the death and it can colour their future lives, making good palliative care an urgent public health issue(More)
OBJECTIVES Some failures in end-of-life care have been attributed to inconsistent provision of palliative care across England. We aimed to explore the variation in commissioning of services by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) using a data collection exercise. METHODS We sent a Freedom of Information request in the form of an open questionnaire to all(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to describe the financial and practical impacts of the death of a life partner, up to 5 years after bereavement. The study compared the impact felt by different sociodemographic groups and evaluated the role of financial and caring organisations in improving these impacts. METHODS An evidence review of the subject(More)
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