European Association for Palliative Care

EAPC Task forces

ACP in Dementia
Big Data in End-of-Life Care Research
Bereavement
Costs of Family Caregiving
Healthcare Guidelines
Last Aid
Leadership
Innovation in Nurse Education
Improving care for LGBT+ people
Occupational Therapy in Palliative Care
Palliative Sedation
Palliative Wound Care
Prisoners
Refugees & Migrants
Social Work
Volunteering
Wish to Hasten Death

EAPC Task Forces are formed by interested EAPC members from a range of disciplines and different countries, who work collaboratively on a specific time-limited project. Task Forces may be formed to work on specific issues related to palliative care, for example palliative sedation, bereavement, heart disease or may be focussed on a particular discipline, for example volunteering, social work, palliative care for marginalised groups. 

EAPC Task Forces will have a core group membership of at least five people representing geographical and professional diversity and who demonstrate expertise in the particular area. The group will have a 3-year (maximum) time  frame to achieve their objectives. 

Click on the headings to learn more about each of our active task forces.

EAPC Task Force Application Form