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Dying, death and bereavement - on a modern person-centered approach to the end of life. A commentary on Hilbers, J., Rankin-Smith, H., Horsfall, D., & Aoun, S. (2018). “We’re all in this together”: Building capacity for a community-centred approach to caring, dying and grieving in Australia. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare 6 (4) 685-692

Andrew Miles, Jonathan Elliot Asbridge

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Ars Moriendi, bereavement, compassionate communities, cultural sensitivity, death, death literacy, dying, fear, grieving, person-centered healthcare, philosophy, spiritual and religious care, wellbeing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5750/ejpch.v7i1.1737

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