Indikatoren in der unterstützenden und palliativen Pflege

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In der Praxis hat sich der SPICTTM-Leitfaden zur Identifikation von Menschen mit Palliative Care-Bedarf inzwischen sehr bewährt. Dank der Rückmeldungen von AnwenderInnen wurde SPICTTM weiter entwickelt und verbessert. Die aktuelle Version steht zum Download bereit und wir freuen uns über Feedback dazu.

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