From 9 April 2015, St Christopher’s End of Life Journal will be published and hosted online by BMJ

All journal articles will be transferred to the new BMJ journal website and our current journal website will close

Existing journal subscribers will need to sign up to the new BMJ site in order to access journal articles as we are unable to share subscriber details due to data protection. We will email all subscribers on 9 April with a quick link to sign up.

If you have any questions, please email: info.eolj@bmj.com

Penny Hansford, Editor in Chief, St Christopher’s End of Life Journal

Rehabilitative approach

Don't die of boredom: enabling occupation at the end of life

Progressive, chronic, life-limiting illness may affect a person’s ability to carry out activities that are important to their sense of wellbeing and their daily living. Boredom is individually determined and is often not well understood or acknowledged by healthcare practitioners. The impact of illness on a person’s ability to carry out meaningful activity following terminal diagnosis is explored in this article and the concept of boredom is addressed.

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