Palliative Medicine and Care International Journal considers articles in the related fields of hospice psychiatric, psychosocial, spiritual, existential, moral, and philosophical parts of palliative medicine which are scientifically stable and clinically significant. The Journal also presents basic data for experts in hospice/palliative medicine, concentrating on enhancing personal satisfaction for patients and their families, and the most recent improvements in drug and non-drug treatments. Journal additionally incorporates the most recent medicinal advances in torment and manifestation administration, show palliative care programs, clinical case reports, psychological and spiritual aspects of end-of-life care. Articles identified with multidisciplinary care, end of life issues, pain and symptom administration psychosocial perspectives, nature of care, and so forth are fitting for the Journal. As dependably emphasis is on data specifically appropriate to the care of the patient/family at the bedside.
Karolina Niedźwiecka*, Piotr Jakubow*, Paulina Prusator, Grzegorz Juszczyk, Urszula Kościuczuk, Lukasz Skowroński, Aleksander Turczynowicz, Julia Kondracka, Piotr Hirnle and Tomasz Hirnle
Onome Ejeromedoghene*, George Egejuru, Victor Enwemiwe and Godswill Tesi
Kaleab Tesfaye Tegegne*, Abiyu Ayalew Assefa, Eleni Tesfaye Tegegne, and Mekibib Kassa Tessema
Sara Moreira Pinto*, Hugo M Oliveira and Céu Rocha