Maintaining the Social Flow of Evidence-Informed Palliative Care: Use and Misuse of YouTube.

This review article is aimed to explore the use of the social media website YouTube (www.youtube.com) as an evidence resource in palliative care, for patients and caregivers, students and professionals, and providers and policy-makers in developing countries’ settings. The reviewed evidence reiterated the role of this social media website in palliative care practice, education and research in the area of cancer. Efficacy studies on impact of such media on palliative care delivery in developing countries are still lacking.

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Exploring Ethical Issues

Take a deep dive into the ethical issues experienced in private practice, palliative care, cultural diversity, telemedicine and working in a professional sports arena.