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Survey investigates palliative care during international humanitarian action

27 February 2017

The Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group has launched the first global, multi-sectoral survey on: "Palliative care during international humanitarian action".

This survey invites all involved in the delivery or oversight of humanitarian healthcare (as providers, policy-makers, or other) to share their views on current palliative care needs and practices in humanitarian action (related to public health emergencies, armed conflicts, forced migration settings, natural disasters).

This survey forms part of a larger R2HC-funded (Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises), takes approximately 15 minutes to complete via an online platform accessible in English, French, or Arabic. 

Find out more about the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group on their website, or access the survey online.

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