End-of-life care program at UCLA benefited dying patients and loved ones despite COVID restrictions

A study about the initiative, published in the journal Critical Care Explorations, is the first to show empirically that a palliative care program could be adapted—and even expanded—during the pandemic. It also could serve as a case study for improving end-of-life care during an era when visiting restrictions and infection control have introduced extraordinary new challenges for health care providers.

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