Projects per year
- Context-specific attitudes and norms facilitating and hindering PC services' engagement with the public
- Policy and organizational level factors affecting such engagement
- Positive examples from different contexts
- Different approaches for understanding and further investigating this area
- Ideas for positive impact in our national and local environments.
As much of PHPC derives from the English-speaking world, the workshop aims to be thought-provoking about how we transfer assumptions, knowledge and experiences regarding community engagement from palliative care services from one setting to another. We will also generate ideas and approaches about community engagement and future research of relevance for a variety of countries and cultures.
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2019|
|Event||6th Public Health and Palliative Care International: Compassionate Communities in Action: Re-Claiming Ageing, Dying and Grieving - , Australia|
Duration: 13 Oct 2019 → 16 Oct 2019
|Conference||6th Public Health and Palliative Care International|
|Period||13/10/19 → 16/10/19|
- palliative care
- context dependent
- knowledge exchange
- public health in palliative care
- public health
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- 1 Finished
Cohen, J., De Vleminck, A., Lindqvist, O., Paul, S., Sallnow , L. & Tishelman, C.
9/04/18 → 4/04/22
Project: Non-funded project