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Palliative care in areas of conflict

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Published: 18.09.18
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Dr Omar Shamieh - King Hussein Cancer Centre, Amman, Jordan, Prof Richard Harding - Centre for Global Health Palliative Care, London, UK

Dr Omar Shamieh and Prof Richard Harding speak to ecancer about palliative care in areas of conflict at the R4HC  meeting

Dr Shamieh speaks about the development and implementation of a national strategy for providing palliative care in Jordan and their work with King's College London.

Prof Harding stresses that now is an important time for the partnership, as palliative care is becoming a more recognised part of health systems.

They also discuss the connections between palliative, cancer and mental health care.

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