The EAPC social media activities – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the blog , enable the exchange of information and interaction with our members and the wider palliative care community. Each week, we publish two short posts on our blog featuring topical issues in palliative care from health and social care practitioners, academics, researchers and advocacy consultants reaching a global audience in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas and Oceania.
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The work is coordinated and supported by our social media team. Read more about the team and current viewing statistics here.
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We welcome short articles for the blog on topical issues in palliative or end-of-life care. Content must be original and not previously published, short (about 450 words), written in a personal style and suitable for a multidisciplinary audience who are involved or interested in palliative care.View our contibutor's guidelines or contact the editor if you’d like to discuss an idea. Anyone is welcome to submit an article for consideration.
We also welcome short news items for our social media channels, for example a video clip, the opening of a new palliative care unit, publication of new guidelines, a special achievement or commemoration, calls for abstracts or papers for a conference, useful resources, etc. (Depending on demand, we reserve the right to prioritise this service for EAPC members or associate members).Please contact the editor if you wish to submit news.