When treatments are likely to be futile, “we have to accept death as an inevitable consequence of life, and allow a human being to leave burden with as much comfort, love & integrity as possible.” Dr M R Rajagopal speaks to Pavan Srinath on the Pragati podcast about Palliative Care
K. Vijayakumaran Nair About 14 years back, in the early days of Pallium India in Trivandrum, we had the occasion to treat Ms Rajeswary for [...]
How are basic ethical principles violated in COVID-19?
Many unique features of COVID-19 challenge the fundamental ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. It is important to focus on the primary duty [...]
Lissy Rajan retires: Does she, really?
Chairman of Pallium India, Dr M R Rajagopal writes: In the new palliative care initiative in Calicut in the 1990s, Mr Asoka Kumar was the [...]