Tata trusts and Tata Consultancy Services have got together with Tata Memorial Cancer Centre to create DiNC. The Centre would act not only as an information centre, but would also support a patient through the period of investigations and treatment. And there would be enough hand-holding to make sure that doubts are cleared, appointments are facilitated and treatment is completed.
World Health Assembly (WHA) exhorts all countries to include palliative care in National Covid Response
The World Health Assembly (WHA), the decision-making body of WHO, in their annual meeting on 18 and 19 May 2020, committed governments to deliver palliative [...]
Covid-19 & Critical Care: Ethical Dilemmas
With rising numbers of people getting COVID 19 and many dying from them, we could face the situation that Italy did – of not having [...]
The 2014 WHA Resolution and Palliative Care in India
Revd Dr Hamilton Inbadas, Honorary Research Fellow, Glasgow End of Life Studies Group, University of Glasgow, writes: As part of the Glasgow End of Life [...]