Lucy Watts MBE at the WHO event:
Ahead of the “International Day of People Living With Disabilities”, which falls on the 3rd of December, Lucy Watts’ voice is particularly important.
WHO PEN disease interventions for primary health care
An important document from World Health Organization (WHO) titled "WHO package of essential noncommunicable (PEN) disease interventions for primary health care".
Impact of migration and palliative care needs
Can migration background be a boundary in palliative care at the end of life? According to current research data, individuals with migration background rarely utilize palliative care services.
Pallicovid ECHO: “the most beneficial professional development course I’ve ever taken”
A couple of testimonials from participants of Pallicovid-ECHO: an online training for health care professionals who treat patients with Covid-19.
Unity in diversity in 84% of the world:
Palliative care in low and middle-income countries - 12th Nov, 2020 - organized by Royal College of Physicians
Sukh-Dukh Helpline- Bereavement and Grief Counselling
The Sukh-Dukh Helpline (SDH) is a platform to offer Psychological First Aid as well as grief and bereavement counselling to affected persons across India to [...]
DMCI and Mother’s Meal
Distress Management Collective India (DMCI), Delhi, in association with the Hope Charitable Trust, Bangalore and the Kerala chapter of the Indian Association of Palliative Care (IAPC) started the program called Mother's Meal - Community for Community’s Help.
Students shine at Talent Fest
Student Initiative in Palliative Care (SIPC) Trivandrum organized a series of events in association with World Palliative Care Day culminating in their talent fest.
Manjuthulli 2020 online art exhibition and sale
Purchase some gorgeous art work for your home and contribute to a good cause at the same time. The proceeds from paintings & photographs sold at Manjuthulli Art Gallery organised by Pallium India go towards the education of children from disease-ravaged families.