Published on: February 28, 2014

A one day workshop was held at the Sarada Homoeopathic Medical College, Kulasekaram. The workshop was co-sponsored by 1) Faculty of Pain Medicine, College of Anaesthetists , Australia and New Zealand; 2) Pallium Kulasekharam, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu; and 3) Pallium India.

EPM ImageThe scientific course was run by Dr Ramesh Menon, an Anaesthetist and Palliative Care advocate from NZ, helped ably by Dr. Suresh Kumar from Mavelikkara and Pallium India’s Babu Abraham. The attendees included volunteers from the Palliative Care unit at Kulasekaram, Homeo doctors and nurses, healthcare volunteers from the region, a few medical students and nurses from Trivandrum, around 35 in all. It was an all-day event with interactive learning. The Feedback was overwhelmingly positive and the “Recognise-Assess-Treat” message was repeated by all!

Hats off to the whole team. Look out for the pictures on our Facebook site.

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