Oct 02, 2015

GUEST POST: The haunting death that fuels my passion: a personal reflection — Less is More Medicine

Dr Amy Tan is Family Physician with a special interest in Home and Hospice Palliative Care in Edmonton, Alberta. With a MSc in Palliative Medicine and Research from the University of Cardiff, she is a vocal advocate for end-of-life planning and the care of patients dying outside of the hospital. She also serves as Director of Undergraduate Education Programs for the University of...

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