On 24 May at the congress for palliative care in Berlin, Jeroen Hasselaar has been elected as a board member of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), for the period 2019-2023. Jeroen was nominated on behalf of the Dutch association for palliative care (Palliactief).Currently the EAPC represents 59 member associations from 33 European countries and also has individual members from 52 countries globally. Members are engaged in palliative care across the lifespan from a range of perspectives: specialist and generalist clinical practice, education, professional groups, policy and research. The EAPC is respectful of the cultural and political diversity of its members and aims to speak with ‘one voice and one vision’ on matters that are important in palliative care.
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Jeroen Hasselaar is member of theme Healthcare improvement science.
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