14 November 2012

This slideshow illustrates the findings of a Nuffield Trust study commissioned by Marie Cure Cancer Care, which looked at the impact of the Marie Curie Nursing Service on allowing people to die in a place of their choosing, and on the use and costs of hospital care at the end of life.

The slides are drawn from the report: The impact of the Marie Curie Nursing Service on place of death and hospital use at the end of life (November 2012). This research forms part of the Trust’s project: Patterns of care at the end of life.

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