Tények és indikátorok a palliative ellátás fejlödésében a WHO Európai Régiójának ötvenkét országában (Az EAPC munkacsoportjának eredményei)

Centeno, C., Clark, D. , Lynch, T., Rocafort, J., Praill, D., Liliana, L., Greenwood, A., Flores, L.A., Brasch, S. and Giordano, A. (2006) Tények és indikátorok a palliative ellátás fejlödésében a WHO Európai Régiójának ötvenkét országában (Az EAPC munkacsoportjának eredményei). Kharón Thanatológiai Szemele, 10(3-4), pp. 7-31.

Centeno, C., Clark, D. , Lynch, T., Rocafort, J., Praill, D., Liliana, L., Greenwood, A., Flores, L.A., Brasch, S. and Giordano, A. (2006) Tények és indikátorok a palliative ellátás fejlödésében a WHO Európai Régiójának ötvenkét országában (Az EAPC munkacsoportjának eredményei). Kharón Thanatológiai Szemele, 10(3-4), pp. 7-31.

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Abstract

The authors present the development of palliative care in the context of a comparative study. Was founded in 2003 by the European palliative care development issues working group, which aims to assess and evaluate the European region palliative care developments in the field. The Task Force of the EAPC Board (Palliative Care European Association of European Association for Palliative Care), in collaboration with the Living End-of-Care International Monitoring Centre (IOELC = International Observatory of End of Life Care), to help the Hospice to Foundation (Help the Hospices) and Hospice and Palliative Care Association of International (IAHPC = International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care). This paper presents the current surveys, as well as the two international study, which is based on actual surveys: one qualitative and one quantitative analysis. The Working Group of the World Health Organization's European Region all countries (52 countries) are covered. Different service models have been developed and implemented in different countries. For example, while the UK is now Germany, Austria, Poland and Italy have recently been well developed and extensive network of hospice. The mobile teams in the hospital or hospice support groups especially in France, got acclimatised. The full development of health resorts in the United Kingdom is especially characteristic, which covers hundreds of service. The number of beds per 1 million population ranges from 45 to 75 in most developed countries, while in others the number is much lower. The study includes quantitative data on the doctors who performed a full-time palliative care. The countries with the most advanced in the palliative care of the Sub-Region: Western Europe, the United Kingdom (15), Central and Eastern Europe, Poland (9) and the Commonwealth of Independent States in Armenia (8) - in brackets refer to number 1 million indicates the ratio of services per capita. This paper presents the development of indicators of palliative care, which is based on bibliometrics (citation index of scholarly journals), and the viability of the palliative care movement in the country. <br/> <br/> (Translated from the Hungarian original)

Item Type:Articles
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Clark, Professor David
Authors: Centeno, C., Clark, D., Lynch, T., Rocafort, J., Praill, D., Liliana, L., Greenwood, A., Flores, L.A., Brasch, S., and Giordano, A.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Interdisciplinary Studies
Journal Name:Kharón Thanatológiai Szemele
Publisher:Magyar Hospice-Palliatív Egyesület

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