Hospice Educators’ Perspectives on E-learning in Palliative Care Education in Ireland.
AffiliationMilford Care Centre
Palliative care education;
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CitationCallinan J. 2020. Hospice Educators’ Perspectives on E-learning in Palliative Care Education in Ireland. Limerick: Milford Care Centre.
SponsorsAll Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care
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