The provision of care to patients close to the end of life is an increasing concern amongst policy makers and providers of health and social care just published is a book on the methodological policy and ethical challenges facing economists conducting research on terminal illness and palliative care the book entitled care at the end of life an economic perspective is edited by jeff round . Jeff round is a health economist in the school of social and community medicine at the university of bristol from 2010 when he first joined the marie curie palliative care research unit at university college london his primary research interests have been in the economics of end of life and palliative care. Download citation on researchgate care at the end of life an economic perspective this work carefully guides the reader through the methodological policy and ethical challenges facing health . However answering the questions raised by the research community on end of life and palliative care health economics has received little attention the authors shed light on many questions including are economic evaluation methods fit for purpose in patients at the end of life. Get this from a library care at the end of life an economic perspective jeff round this work carefully guides the reader through the methodological policy and ethical challenges facing health economists conducting research in palliative care it has collected the opinions of many
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