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Parthasarathi Shome: Compassionate & palliative care

There is a wide gap between demand and supply in India

Parthasarathi Shome 

Parthasarathi Shome Compassionate and palliative care relate to the quality of the process of dying. After suffering their absence during and after a deeply grievous demise, I belatedly explored the literature on India by both international and Indian researchers, after my broaching the subject produced disinterest and disdain from the doctors who I spoke to. No wonder; little has been achieved in practice due to lack of Budget allocation despite the recognition and subsequent introduction of selective public policy. In a 2015 Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) study of end of life care (EOLC) services comparing ...

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There is a wide gap between demand and supply in India

There is a wide gap between demand and supply in India Compassionate and palliative care relate to the quality of the process of dying. After suffering their absence during and after a deeply grievous demise, I belatedly explored the literature on India by both international and Indian researchers, after my broaching the subject produced disinterest and disdain from the doctors who I spoke to. No wonder; little has been achieved in practice due to lack of Budget allocation despite the recognition and subsequent introduction of selective public policy. In a 2015 Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) study of end of life care (EOLC) services comparing ... image
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Parthasarathi Shome: Compassionate & palliative care

There is a wide gap between demand and supply in India

Compassionate and palliative care relate to the quality of the process of dying. After suffering their absence during and after a deeply grievous demise, I belatedly explored the literature on India by both international and Indian researchers, after my broaching the subject produced disinterest and disdain from the doctors who I spoke to. No wonder; little has been achieved in practice due to lack of Budget allocation despite the recognition and subsequent introduction of selective public policy. In a 2015 Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) study of end of life care (EOLC) services comparing ...

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