On organization of palliative medical care

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The study provides an analysis of the results of the questionnaire survey of physicians in the Russian Federation with the purpose of determining the competences of medical specialists and practice of palliative care and emerging problems. This article presents and discusses the data obtained during the study.

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M. E. Kolomiichenko

The Federal State Budget Scientific Institution “The N. A. Semashko National Research Institute of Public Health”

Email: niiskni@mail.ru

O. S. Kareva

The Yurii Levada Analytical Center


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