Objective and Scope

PPHC is addressed to nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, social workers and spiritual care specialists, psychologists, program managers, home care managers and any other specialty related to palliative/home care. The editor welcomes submissions of comments, opinions, original research articles, current ongoing series and review articles. The scope of the journal is broad and relates to all aspects of palliative care or the management of home care services or issues related to the primary management of physical symptoms.

The scope of Perspectives in Palliative & Home Care includes

The latest medical advances in pain and symptom management

Evidence-based protocols

Palliative model and home care programs

Hosbis maintenance practices

Clinical case reports

Guidelines for patients and their families

Studies focusing on psychiatric, psychosocial, spiritual, existential, ethical and philosophical aspects of palliative and home care

Promoting and educating to maintain relevance in the field of palliative and home care in the face of changes in health care, aging of the population and chronicity of a wide range of diseases

Studies focusing on clinical, educational and research aspects of palliative and home care

Studies focusing on the care of patients with advanced serious illnesses and approaching death (Alzheimer's, Dementia, AIDS, Neurological Diseases, etc.)