Sip Germany

In this section, national initiatives which have been set up in Germany can be found.

The journal article "Epidemiology of chronic non-malignant pain in Germany", written by R. Wolff et al, was published in the German medical magazine "Der Schmerz" Volume 25, number 1, with the aim of presenting information on chronic, non-malignant pain in Germany.
Article in "Der Schmerz"

Publication in "Der Schmerz"

The journal article "Epidemiology of chronic non-malignant pain in Germany", written by R. Wolff et al, was published in the German medical magazine "…

About 25 years ago the “hospice movement” started - arising from a situation characterized by tabooing death and isolating deceasing persons. Since then a dynamic development has taken place in Germany. The hospice movement particularly actuated the societal change in awareness and attitude in dealing with severely ill patients. These changes were mainly driven by a citizens' movement and smoothed to way for palliative medicine.

Specialised Outpatient Palliative Care

About 25 years ago the “hospice movement” started - arising from a situation characterized by tabooing death and isolating deceasing persons. Since th…

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