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People with opioid use disorder less likely to receive palliative care at end of life

Written by | 4 May 2024

Compared with people without opioid use disorder, those with opioid use disorder were less likely to receive palliative care in clinics and in their homes, and were dying… read more.

Why don’t we stick to home physiotherapy exercises?

Written by | 4 Apr 2024

The lack of persistence in home physiotherapy exercises is a well-known problem hindering the effectiveness of treatment. It is especially evident in vestibular rehabilitation (exercises to treat dizziness… read more.

Many older adults receiving home care do not receive palliative care before death

Written by | 27 Feb 2024

Many older adults receiving home care do not receive any palliative home care before death, suggesting we need better methods to identify people who need this support, according… read more.

How common are medication-related errors in home care?

Written by | 10 May 2022

In a questionnaire-based study published in Pharmacology Research & Perspectives that included 485 fully trained nurses of 107 home care services, nearly half of all nursing staff made at least… read more.

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