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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Pal Care Workshop at RCC Guwahati on Feb 19 & 20, 2018.
This is a subject pertinent to all of us and as you can see we have eminent speakers who have considerable experience in this field. It promises to be an excellent meeting and some of the topics to be covered include: what is Compassion? is it important? can it be taught? it’s context in India…Details
In order to create awareness about palliative care, IAPC (indian Association of Palliative Care) had supported an organisation in Guwahati in the north-eastern India, to conduct a conference headed by Dr. Sanghamitra Bora and her team. An amount of Rs.50,000/- was officially granted for this awareness programme and it was spent efficiently. Dr. Bora could…Details