A silent revolution in neurology in India

2017 November 13

Some revolutions creep up on you without you realising that it has happened already. Such an event happened in Bengaluru initiated by Dr Roop Gursahani, the neurologist from Indian Academy of Neurology, Mumbai in collaboration with Karunashraya hospice, Bengaluru on 10, 11, 12 November 2017.

The Radisson Blu Atria witnessed about 35 neurologists from all over India, many of them very senior and well-known members of the profession, getting together for three days of discussion on palliative care in neurology. Those who have gone through the early years of palliative care development in the country, the struggles and the conflicts, would find it hard to believe that this initiative came from the neurology fraternity which felt the need.

Can you blame us for being optimistic, very optimistic, about the future?

Dr Roop Gursahani, Pallium India thanks you for the opportunity to be part of this historic and very worthwhile event.

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