A Magical Evening by Shankar Mahadevan Academy
SMA Nirvana: On Sunday, September 12, 2021, Shankar Mahadevan Academy (SMA) gifted a magical music evening to Pallium India's palliative care patients, caregivers, volunteers and staff.
Miracles still happen
Meet the doctor couple Shilpa Khanna and Chetanya Malik who worked hard to provide humane care to the COVID-infected, including intensive care.
Obituary: Mr Keshav Desiraju
Pallium India is deeply saddened by the death of Mr Keshav Desiraju, former Principal Secretary of Government of India, grandson of the first vice-president of India Dr S Radhakrishnan and a trustee of Pallium India. He died following a heart attack, on September 5, 2021.
Value of patients’ time
Dr Christopher Booth of Queens’ University, Kingston, Canada (he is also honorary consultant to Pallium India), Dr Adam Fundytus and Dr Vinay Prasad bring focus on the loss of patients’ time vis-à-vis the benefits of cancer treatment with palliative intent.
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A Conversation about the Hidden Faces of Grief
Pallium India hosted a webinar titled "A Conversation about the Hidden Faces of Grief", on the 24th of August, 2021. The event was organized to commemorate the death anniversary of Dr Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.
Three events on Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’ death anniversary
Three events on Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s death anniversary, August 24, organized by Pallium India, IAPC Kerala and ICMR Bioethics NCDIR. Register now.
Congratulations, Poonam Bagai
The Founder Chairman of Cankids…KidsCan, Poonam Bagai (who is also the vice-chairman of Pallium India) has been awarded the prestigious Vedica Women Alliance-V-WA 50- A Women Leader in Social Impact 2021.
Pallium India is now a vaccination centre
Pallium India is now an approved vaccination centre and we are now able to get COVID vaccine to all our patients.
Shouldn’t this be the standard of healthcare?
"Treating the patient holistically, rather than just their disease—shouldn’t that be the standard of health care?"
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre – Educational programme
In association with the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2021, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre organises a two and a half day educational programme on the 5th and 6th of October.