How are physicians delivering palliative care? A population-based retrospective cohort study describing the mix of generalist and specialist palliative care models in the last year of life.

@article{Brown2018HowAP,
  title={How are physicians delivering palliative care? A population-based retrospective cohort study describing the mix of generalist and specialist palliative care models in the last year of life.},
  author={Catherine Rl Brown and Amy T Hsu and Claire E Kendall and Denise Marshall and Jos{\'e} Pereira and Michelle Prentice and Jill Rice and Hsien Y. Seow and Glenys A Smith and Irene Ying and Peter Tanuseputro},
  journal={Palliative medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={32 8},
  pages={
          1334-1343
        }
}
BACKGROUND To enable coordinated palliative care delivery, all clinicians should have basic palliative care skill sets ('generalist palliative care'). Specialists should have skills for managing complex and difficult cases ('specialist palliative care') and co-exist to support generalists through consultation care and transfer of care. Little information… CONTINUE READING