Progress in Palliative Care: Science and the Art of Caring
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Progress in Palliative Care is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal with an international perspective, which welcomes original research and review papers on a broad range of topics related to end of life care. It provides a central point of reference for all disciplines of the palliative care team in all settings: medical consultants, nurses, administrators, social workers, chaplains/pastoral care staff, counsellors, pharmacists, information staff, paramedical staff and self-help groups. The emphasis of the journal is on the rapid exchange of information amongst those working in palliative care.
Progress in Palliative Care embraces all aspects of the management of problems at the end of life. It provides a single forum for current trends and controversies, and a major listing of the international research literature, including that which is novel and pertinent though not widely available. It is published on the premise that the field is expanding so fast and that published information is so widely scattered, that a single, easily digestible source, with a strong research orientation, is essential to enable colleagues to keep abreast of new developments. The editorial board is international and includes a wide variety of discipline