Eight in Ten (86%) Canadians Expect the Federal Government to Develop and Implement National Standards on Palliative Care

Majority Agree Plan of Action Should Be Put in Writing

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Toronto, ON – More than eight in ten (86%) Canadians agree (47% strongly/39% somewhat) they expect the federal government to develop and implement national standards for palliative care in Canada, according to a new Ipsos survey commissioned by Palliative Care Matters. A significant majority (85%) also support (53% strongly/32%...

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Eight in Ten (86%) Canadians Expect the Federal Government to Develop and Implement National Standards on Palliative Care

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Erin Roulston
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Ipsos Public Affairs
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