McMaster University’s study aimed to investigate the provision of palliative care in humanitarian response, including the ethical dimensions for health care providers and the experiences of affected individuals and caregivers.
This report presents key perspectives of those engaged in humanitarian healthcare first-hand, and clarifies how humanitarian organisations and healthcare providers might best support ethically and contextually-appropriate palliative care in a range of humanitarian crises.
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