The definition of the wish to hasten death – EAPC blog By Càtedra WeCare | 8 March 2017
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Programme for development and leadership in Palliative Care By Càtedra WeCare | 27 January 2017
WeCare’s Programme for development and leadership in Palliative Care is an initiative that promote young researchers, sensitive to clinical realities, capable of asking questions and offering answers based on the most rigorous research. Through this programme, WeCare contributes one of …0
Do you want to hear more about our workshop? By Càtedra WeCare | 27 January 2017
Our 4th workshop was a success! More than 140 came and we were able to learn from both the speakers and the attendees. If you would like to know more about the event, click on the video summary below.
RecerCaixa – how was the first year of the project? By Càtedra WeCare | 16 December 2016
Dignity perception, desire to control and wish to hasten death in advanced cancer patients What is the study about?
This study will describe the relationships between the perception of dignity, the desire for control and the desire to hasten death, …0
4th International WeCare Workshop – a success! By Càtedra WeCare | 14 December 2016
The 4th International WeCare Workshop How to assess and address the Wish to Hasten Death in daily clinical practice took place on 25th November at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. The event was a success with over 150 participants, interventions from …0
10th Àltima training day – “End of life care: symptoms, communication and grief” By Càtedra WeCare | 25 October 2016
The WeCare directors collaborated in organising this training day.
This year’s programme included the following themes:
Dr Germà Morlans
“Symptoms: – Early detection of the risk of delirium. Treatment and follow up of patients with delirium.”
Dr Montse Edo