From Palliative Care Australia Stories about living, dying and Palliative Care
15 November 2016
At the end of life, dignity is a concept we tend to associate with managing basic bodily functions. More powerful however is a dying person’s perception of how they are seen by others, according to an international expert in dignity and palliative care.
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