Join an online discussion on International Nurses Day
May 12, 2019, 3:00 PM to 4: 30 PM
They dispense comfort, compassion and care.
Often, they make more difference to human lives than any other health care professional.
Palliative nursing provides relief from pain and other suffering, and provides mental, social and spiritual well-being to individuals with life-limiting illnesses, and to their family.
The concept is gradually changing. Palliative care is no longer limited to certain incurable diseases; it is not only end-of-life care. Today, palliative care encompasses relief from all serious health-related suffering.
Palliative care nurses need to be empowered more than ever: to satisfy this growing need, for helping health care nurses to integrate principles of palliative care in their practice and to transmit enough nursing expertise to families and to volunteers.
Trivandrum Institute of Palliative Sciences (TIPS), a WHO Collaborating Centre created by Pallium India Trust, is organizing an online forum on International Nurses Day (May 12, 2019) to discuss and share experiences on how palliative care nurses can keep abreast with recent advances and learn to help nurses across all health care fields to integrate principles of palliative care.
You are welcome to join us online on 12 May 2019 at 3 p.m. Please do join in as individual or a group.
- The program is open only to those who have already been trained in palliative care.
- Participants should have good internet connectivity.
No; there is no registration fee.
Yes, we can help you with advice on technology.
For more information on this session or if you need any assistance, please call us at +91-6282902450 or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org