Narratives on Pain and Relief: Giving voice to the voiceless

2015 August 17
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In another step forward, the Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy now has a page on the website where all the narratives published so far can be accessed.

If you are in any way connected with palliative care, you must be having a story in you, that touched your heart. Do please put it in writing and send it to us: info@palliumindia.org. You get an indexed publication to your credit. And also the satisfaction of having helped the cause. Read more here.

Here are some of the narratives that have been published:

Through the Eyes of Child: Mary Macey’s reflection on her childhood and adolescence, after losing her mother and how palliative care brought her experience into focus.

When Two Worlds Meet: Lyndsey Brahm writes about the cultural immersion that she experienced when she visited the east from the west.

They Suffer in Silence: Savita Butola writes about the intensity of grief, related to life-limiting disease in the developing world.

Pain – When It Affects the Person: the impact of pain on the body and mind, written by Edassery Divakaran

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