King’s Fund: Palliative care articles

School for Social Care Research, London School of Economics and Political Science

End of life care: methods review
This review provides an overview of the range of research methods that have been commonly used in end of life care research and their relevance for social care. It provides a policy and service context for understanding end of life care research in social care and, using examples from relevant research, considers the advantages and disadvantages of different research methods and tools. The particular ethical challenges and practical issues that may arise are discussed along with some strategies and sources of support to address them.

Helen & Douglas House

A review of palliative care for children and young adults in the Thames Valley
Helen & Douglas House has commissioned and authored a collaborative review of palliative care need and provision in the region for patients up to the age of 40 years. The findings of the review are presented as a consultative report, with provisional recommendations at national, regional and organisational levels. It highlights a number of key findings, including that there is a lack of palliative care studies relating to young adults.

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