Hospice boss Rhona Baillie says ‘end-of-life care must be individual’

The head of Scotland’s Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice Rhona Baillie said she agreed with the British Medical Association (BMA) that people should be treated as individuals in end-of-life care.

She said: “We understand that open communication is the only way to offer respect for patient choice, creating a gold-star level of care that is personalised to meet the needs of every patient.

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