826007_Topic_guide_for_usual_practice_Clinicans_v7_(1) – Supplemental material for Palliative care specialists in hospice and hospital/community teams predominantly use low doses of sedative medication at the end of life for patient comfort rather than sedation: Findings from focus groups and patient records for I-CAN-CARE

Supplemental material, 826007_Topic_guide_for_usual_practice_Clinicans_v7_(1) for Palliative care specialists in hospice and hospital/community teams predominantly use low doses of sedative medication at the end of life for patient comfort rather than sedation: Findings from focus groups and patient records for I-CAN-CARE by Bella Vivat, Lucy Bemand-Qureshi, Jane Harrington, Sarah Davis and Patrick Stone in Palliative Medicine