A Workshop on Palliative Care Nursing was conducted at DDU Hospital, Delhi on 19the May, 2018. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. A. K. Mehta, Medical Director, presided by Mrs. Saroj Nagar, Deputy Nursing Superintendent. The faculties were Dr. Rathi Balachandran, ADG (Nursing), MHFW, Govt. of India, Mrs.Alice Stella, National Faculty, IAPC, Mrs.Jessy Shaji Paul,…Details
The Govind Ballabh Pant Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (G. B. Pant Hospital), Delhi observed World Health Day on 7th April 2018 by conducting a Continuing Nursing Education Programme on PALLIATIVE CARE in the Hospital Auditorium at 11 AM in Association with DNipCare and IAPC. The programme included: 1. Introduction and Need…Details
A workshop for training volunteers primarily, as a part of the pilot project initiated by IAPC was conducted at Siliguri in North Bengal. This was arranged by Dr. Sourav Guha from Medica Oncology Center and conducted by Dr. Abhijit Dam, Secretary, IAPC, and Dr. Priya Khanna, a psychiatrist from UK. The programme had around 87…Details
Hosted by INCTR Canada/Two world’s Cancer Collaboration On 21st February 2018, a meeting was held in New Delhi to discuss approaches to population community based care in certain north Indian States. It was intended to identify the ways in which the states could move towards a community- based palliative care programme in which the roles…Details
Project ECHO PCC will connect experts in pediatric palliative care with health care workers caring for children with life-limiting conditions across South Asia, and provide practical training using web-based video conferencing.
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