Palliative Care are the clinical and spiritual care during the death process and in chronic diseases at hospital or home

In pandemic era, palliative care is even more necessary but a wrong understanding of the term limits its access

Our Observatory is following the palliative care issue as an [...]

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Palliative care shortage in Latin America is greater than developed countries

Palliative care is a patient right  Since its introduction in [...]

Poor healthcare and palliative care in dying in Canada could be the main reason to choose euthanasia

A large study analyzing the first 2241 medically assisted deaths [...]

The confusing terminology created by language engineering “medically assisted dying” (MAD) when referring to euthanasia and assisted suicide

Along with the objective, medical and ethical problems posed by [...]

Dying alone. Unprecedented bioethical and moral implications, another unique feature of the current pandemic

Some doctors working on the front line of the coronavirus [...]

Unresponsive patients bioethical dilemma. Some of them are actually aware

On June 26, 2019, Columbia University published a study in [...]

The allocation of healthcare resources during crisis

Introduction The distribution of healthcare resources equitably among the population [...]

Opiod treatment. Controversy surrounding its abuse in the U.S.

Introduction A recent article published in The Washington Post discusses [...]