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Improving Quality of Palliative Care Through Implementation of National Guidelines for Palliative Care.

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Summary of "Improving Quality of Palliative Care Through Implementation of National Guidelines for Palliative Care."

Palliative care guidelines and quality measures have been developed in many countries to improve the quality of care. The challenge is to implement quality measures nationally to improve quality of care across all settings.

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Name: Journal of palliative medicine
ISSN: 1557-7740
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