Major concerns over quality of care for those dying at home

Elderly in man in bed with health worker tending to him

Source: Most people would like to remain at home in familiar surroundings to receive their care at the end

A lack of face-to-face appointments during the coronavirus pandemic has significantly worsened the palliative care being provided to people at the end of their life, according to a survey of specialists.

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