European Journal of Palliative Care
Eur J Palliat Care
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The European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC) was established in 1993 to provide an information and communication resource for professionals across Europe involved in the provision of palliative care. The EJPC is also the official journal of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) and as such serves to keep members and non-members alike up-to-date on the key activities, goals and strategic direction of the EAPC. Published bimonthly, the journal is available in English and French (as le Journal Européen de Soins Palliatifs) and carries review articles from across the world related to the ever-increasing provision of palliative care. The EJPC has an experienced editor in Andrew Hoy, backed by deputy editors in the UK and France, together with representation from every continent, including Europe. The European Journal of Palliative Care aims to contribute to the advancement of skills and expertise offered by the diverse range of individuals involved in the provision of palliative care across Europe. The journal is designed to be of direct and practical relevance to the following professional groups: palliative care specialists, GPs, nurses (whether home- or hospital/hospice-based), medical and clinical oncologists, anaesthetists and pain specialists, geriatricians, Aids specialists, psychiatrists/psychologists, social workers and site specialists (eg gastroenterologists, chest physicians, gynaecologists). EJPC is mainly a review-based journal; however, we will accept relevant original research papers depending on their length and the topic. Commissioned review articles cover all aspects of the care of patients with advanced, incurable diseases, and contributions are welcomed from members of every discipline involved in palliative care.
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