Strong Teams Know Their Strengths
Rontu Sangma (Regional Coordinator-NE, State Facilitation, Pallium India) writes about his visit to Pallium India’s headquarters at Trivandrum, Kerala.
Palliative Care in God’s Own country
Sunanda Samal, Regional Coordinator-Central India, who is based out of Pune, Maharashtra, writes about her recent visit to Trivandrum, Kerala.
Pallium India Wins International Recognition
Pallium India is among the three institutions that won this year’s International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) Institutional Recognition Awards.
Palliative nurses need strong hearts
Can someone fall in love with the toughest job on earth – one that also comes with a meagre salary and no job security, retirement benefits, etc.? Strangely, yes. Read on.
PPP – PETS, PEOPLE & PALLIATIVE CARE
"What will always stay with me is the joy on the faces of our team, especially our nurses who spent a lot of time cuddling and playing with the puppies after their homecare duties. We constantly heard giggles and ‘awwws’ after a long day of work. "
Lessons from Assam
In March 2022, Sr Jinni Joy and Sr Sheeba from Pallium India visited Silchar and Guwahati, Assam for a week. Sr Sheeba shares the experience.
Caregivers should overcome unconscious bias
When patients’ lived experiences and outlooks deviate substantively from our own, we stop being a reliable barometer of their needs, values, and goals, writes Dr Harvey Max Chochinov.
‘Walk with the Weary’ now available – in both paperback & ebook formats
“Doctors should be more than body mechanics – they also have the tremendous and awesome responsibility of recognising, acknowledging and honouring the human beings that entrust their lives to them.” Dr M R Rajagopal writes in his memoir, "Walk with the Weary".
Promising developments in Uttarakhand
The Uttarakhand NHM has designated Pallium India as their technical partners for developing palliative care in the state.