News and Events

5 Year Report

15th Apr 2016

We are pleased to report on the development of palliative and supportive care research in Wales over the period 2010 – 2015 and to outline our future aims and priorities.

The report highlights some of our key achievements, including development of a programme of palliative care research that has resulted in over £6 million grant funding coming into Wales, and year on year growth in the number of portfolio palliative care studies and participant recruitment.

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Rapid Review Service

11th Feb 2016

PaCERS - We have developed the Palliative Care Evidence Review Service to support professionals and other decision-makers working in palliative care. Its aim is to conduct rapid reviews to answer research questions of current importance to health care professionals and other decision-makers in relation to palliative care, in the shortest possible time. 

Please contact PaCERSWCRC@cf.ac.uk for further information

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It's really difficult keeping up to date with the latest information - how can we help?

10th Sep 2015

Trying to update our clinical practice on top of our very busy work days can be nightmarish. There is just too much to do, and too much information out there to make sense of!

We are really keen to try and help.

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MCPCRC Twitter

1st Jun 2015

Keep up to date and follow us on Twitter @MCPCRCCardiff

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EAPC 2015

8th May 2015

14th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, 8-10th May 2015, Copenhagen.

12 abstracts from MCPCRC have been accepted at the EAPC 2015 in Copenhagen, including 3 oral presentations and 9 poster presentations .

http://www.eapc-2015.org/

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Palliative and end of life care Priority Setting Partnership.

26th Oct 2014

The Palliative and end of life care Priority Setting Project (PeolcPSP) is bringing together organisations interested in palliative and end of life care to consult people likely to be in the last years of life, current and bereaved carers and families, and healthcare professionals about what questions they believe need answering through research.

Visit the PeolcPSP survey online and rank the questions on a scale from ‘very low priority’ to ‘very high priority’.

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