'Children’s palliative care is being given insufficient national strategic attention, which is resulting in clinicians and service providers feeling that they are working against the odds to address the needs they have identified. Although messages about people’s needs and experiences of services have been clearly articulated in previous local and national reports and research studies, there is a belief that they have remained largely unheard.'

Authors: Jon Skone, Professor Marcus Longley and Dr Cerilan Rogers

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