Canadian Family Physician
Coming Up: A family way of dying, in CFP - August 2016
“Our mantra was ‘a home-like environment in which to die.’”
—Dr Bob Henderson
The Faces of Family Medicine project has evolved from individual faces of family medicine in Canada to portraits of providers and communities across the country, addressing inequities and challenges in health care.
August’s cover story highlights Dr Bob Henderson and the rural community 3-bed hospice in Warkworth, Ontario. The hospice was a community-supported, home-grown response to the need for high-quality palliative care in the rural area, allowing patients to die in a home-like environment, surrounded by family.
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