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Palliative Care Association gifts nurses with new books

Resource books will help nurses with their local work

Quesnel and District Hospice Palliative Care Association board members Carol Weremy and Barb Watson, right, presented local palliative care nurses Jen Francis, Shaye Jacobsen, Carol Richter and Crystal Campbell with resource books to help them in their work.

The Palliative Care Association used funding from Four Rivers Co-op to obtain the books, which Weremy says are user friendly and written by a B.C. author.

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