m.pallcare.info is a mobile-friendly portal giving access to all content. The display resizes so it is usable on a small screen i.e. mobile phone, but works equally well on a desktop PC. Users need to register on first use, but the registration process is kept very simple. Registration allows users to save bookmarks and favourites, and to keep notes attached to topics etc.
For most content, the mobile-friendly portal is the preferred option, although for rapid browsing of the Clinical Guidelines on a desktop, users may find the tree menu on the desktop sites quicker to use.
book.pallcare.info provides alternative access to the PANG guidelines 2016 (version 4). The screen layout is designed for a desktop PC, and will not work well on a small screen e.g. mobile phone. No site registration is required.
paed.pallcare.info provides alternative access to the Paediatric clinical guidelines 2016. The screen layout is designed for a desktop PC, and will not work well on a small screen e.g. mobile phone. No site registration is required.
wales.pallcare.info contains material for healthcare professionals in Wales working in palliative care.
Apologies to users who have been inconvenienced by the disruption to the Palliative Care Matters websites during 2016.
Early in 2016, hackers made multiple efforts to take over access to the Palliative Care Matters sites. Eventually, the only solution was to shut down much of the website, and gradually rebuild the various parts of the site with altered security.
Most of the old functionality is back, but some will not be replaced. In particular, apologies to anyone who was using the facility to print library requests for journal articles - this is no longer available. E-mail alerts of journal articles has also gone, but it is hoped that many will find the mobile-friendly portal a useful alternative, allowing easy access from a mobile phone.
Content updates have also been very erratic throughout 2016, but are hopefully back on a regular footing.
Finally, please note that a username and password are now only required for the mobile-friendly portal. Your old username and password (if you had them) for the Guidelines or JournalClub are now obsolete.
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