Providing quality end-of-life care to older people in the era of COVID-19: perspectives from five countries

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 202 Maria I. Lapid, Raymond Koopmans, Elizabeth L. Sampson, Lieve Van den Block, and Carmelle Peisah

Providing quality end-of-life care for older people is one of our biggest challenges in this new COVID-19 era. Advanced age, because of its association with a range of physical comorbidities, is associated with greater mortality with COVID-19. In ensuring optimal end-of-life care for this vulnerable population, the palliative and hospice care philosophy is critical.

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