Trends in Palliative Care Research 2023; Issue #02

Commentary by: Pascale de Kerckhove, MSW, RSW, Social Worker, BC Women’s Hospital, PHSA, and Palliative Care Social Worker – Medical Assitance in Dying, Vancouver Coastal Health Pascale de Kerckhove has worked as a Social Worker in the NICU at BC Women’s Hospital, at BC Cancer in Patient & Family Counselling Services, and more recently in adult Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2023; Issue #02[…]

Trends in Palliative Care Research 2023; Issue #01

Commentary by: Dr. Andrea Johnson, University of TorontoDr. Johnson is a postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto. She has worked in pediatric palliative care at Canuck Place Children’s Hospice for the past decade and is committed to advancing palliative care practice for adolescents and young adults living with advanced Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2023; Issue #01[…]

Trends in Palliative Care Research 2022; Issue #12

Commentary by: Sandy Thrale, RN, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice Sandy Thrale has been a pediatric nurse for 25 years with a focus on children with life limiting illness. She has worked in Saudi Arabia and Australia where she first became interested in pediatric palliative care. For the last 15 years, she has worked at Canuck Place Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2022; Issue #12[…]

Trends in Palliative Care Research 2022; Issue #11

Commentary by: Dr. Anthony Hopkins, University Hospitals Bristol & Weston NHS Trust UK-trained Paediatrician with Canadian fellowship in neonatology now working in NICU transport in south west England. Additional interests in medical education, simulation and palliative/complex patient care. Feature Article:  Sullivan, A., Arzuaga, B., Luff, D., Young, V., Schnur, M., Williams, D., & Cummings, C. (2022). Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2022; Issue #11[…]