Too Little, Too Late: How we fail vulnerable Canadians as they die and what to do about it

Author(s) Kelli I. Stajduhar, RN, PhD, FCAHS & Ashley Mollison, MA on behalf of the Equitable Access to Care Team
Publisher University of Victoria Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health
Year 2018 (November)

For most Canadians, good palliative care is still not a given, despite its many
proven benefits that add up to a longer, more comfortable time before death.
Access to the services involved, from medical to social to psychological, is uneven
across the country and is not universally funded. This report explores findings from
a recent research project on equitable access to palliative care in Victoria, British
Columbia (BC).

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