Multi-cultural needs at the end of life - getting it right, getting it wrong
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Jonathan Koffman's lecture on cultural diversity in medicine ranges from religion to ethnicity, and how these notions affect the treatment of patients, especially at the end of life.
This lecture was part of a joint event with Marie Curie Cancer Care, called "Palliative and end of life care for all - is everybody equal?" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of Lecture: 22nd March 2013
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