Healthcare is a universal right
"The time has come to take a pledge to ensure palliative care to all human beings irrespective of caste, creed, economic status, or religion, writes Pranab Basu.
Moms are forever
Shevata Rai Talwar writes, "I will miss you always, mom. I wish I had made your end easier by having more knowledge about palliative care."
Take care of family caregivers
Avtar Singh Cheema recounts his experience taking care of his aunt, whom the rest of her family had abandoned. He emphasizes the importance of caring for the caregivers.
Unbearable trauma a daughter of a cancer patient endured during Covid lockdown and how they found peace in palliative care - Prasanna Sriya writes
The Joy of Giving
Charity begins at home. Therefore, we need to imbibe our children with lessons on this noble deed so that they grow up to be responsible and caring human beings.
Mass casualty events and palliative care: A peek into Kerala’s health-system preparedness
Kerala, the state that reported the first case of COVID-19 in the country, has been appreciated globally for its health system preparedness to address the pandemic.
People with disabilities are invisible unless you choose to see them.
On UHC Day 2020, Pallium India has released a white paper on “Rearticulating Care: Disability and Palliative Care in Low Middle Income Countries (LMICs)”
Redefining palliative care
Dr Lukas Radbruch and colleagues from all over the world came together to create a new definition of palliative care.