Representatives from the IAPC, ISCCM & the Indian association of Neurology met together at Mathura in Uttar Pradesh on 29th and 30th April, 2017. They were able to bring out a document called the ‘Mathura Declaration‘ for ensuring Humane care at the End of life. These suggestions will be forwarded to the Government of India.
Annual Meeting Of Palliative Care Volunteers held in April 2017, in Aluva district, Kerela, by IAPC and NGO. “The rights of the senior citizens should be protected”, Mr. P. K. Haneefa, (Retd. Judge) Chairman, Kerala State Minority Commission, exhorted the delegates who attended the two day Kerala State Meet of Palliative Care Volunteers on…Details
Dr Stanley Macaden, IAPC Lead, Project India of the International Collaborative In association with Indian Association of Palliative Care (IAPC), the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person conducted a foundation course at Bangalore Baptist Hospital (BBH), from January 11 to 13, 2016. There were 30 participants from 16 palliative care centres from…Details
It has been almost a year and a half since two enthusiastic entrepreneurs from Mumbai in India, Mansi Shah and Abhishek Tatiya, started work on their dream of opening India’s very first children’s hospice. Long days, endless nights, an insane amount of thinking, marathon meetings, shameless networking and countless questioning finally came to fruition on14…Details
In a milestone decision the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik announced last month that palliative care will become a part of the curriculum for paediatricians in that institution. Dr Pradnya Talawadekar, Country Co-ordinator for the Children’s Palliative Care Project at the Indian Association of Palliative Care (IAPC) and Dr Maryann Muckaden, ICPCN board chairperson…Details