Good stuff on the HealthCetera blog of the Center for Health Media & Policy

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If you haven’t visited this site, you should. 

The latest post, for example, is “When should we start talking about it?” about palliative and hospice care.

Other recent posts include:

The host for the site is The Center for Health, Media and Policy (CHMP) at Hunter College in New York.  It’s run by two good friends, Diana Mason, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Barbara Glickstein, MPH, MS, RN.


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