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Table 1 Needs of Indigenous populations at the end-of-life

From: Key features of palliative care service delivery to Indigenous peoples in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States: a comprehensive review

Needs Australia Canada NZ USA No. of articles
Collaboration Community Engagement X [14, 28] X [22] X [24, 26] X [6, 23, 25, 27] 9
Family Engagement X [14, 31] X [32,33,34] X [24, 30] X [25, 27, 29] 10
Health Care Provider Collaboration X [28] None identified None identified X [25] 2
Service Delivery Funding X [14, 37] None identified None identified X [6, 23, 25] 5
Communication X [14, 31, 37] X [33, 34, 42] X [24, 26, 65] X [6, 23] 11
Policy Change X [37] X [32, 34, 35] X [26, 65] X [6, 23, 25, 27] 10
Staff X [14, 56] X [22, 33] X [24, 26, 36, 65] X [2, 25, 27, 29, 39] 13
Built Environment X [14, 37] X [22, 33, 35] X [24, 26, 36, 41] None identified 9
Service Delivery, Provision of Care, Capacity of Care X [14, 28, 31, 40] X [32, 33, 66] X [26, 30, 36, 41] X [2, 6, 25, 27, 29] 16
Cultural & Spiritual X [14, 28, 37] X [22, 32,33,34,35, 42, 66] X [26] X [25, 27] 13
Education & Training Training for Health Care Providers X [14] X [22, 32, 35] X [24, 26] X [2, 6, 23, 25, 39] 11
Education for Patient, Family and Community X [40] X [32] X [24, 30, 36] X [6, 27, 38, 39] 9