Pallium India launches second edition of Aarohan – Giving voice to lived experiences
Aarohan started as a virtual programme in 2019 to facilitate and empower Beneficiaries of Palliative Care (i.e: individuals, and their caregivers, who are currently living with conditions that require palliative care or may require it in the future).
Inaugural U.S. World Hospice & Palliative Care Day Celebration: A Virtual Coming Together
The "Inaugural U.S. World Hospice & Palliative Care Day Celebration: A Virtual Coming Together" took place on Saturday, October 10 in recognition of the WHPCA World Hospice & Palliative Care Day.
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.
NLEAP: Involve the stakeholders, please!
The draft National List of Essential Assistive Products (NLEAP) prepared by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) does not include the updated definitions of blindness, hearing impairment, etc.
The Role of Social Workers in Palliative Care
A professional social worker plays an important role in palliative care as they provide the vital link between the clinical team, the society, the patient and his family.
India shows itself in poor light in healthcare – especially in relation to the pandemic
India, ranked 129 out of 158 countries in the Commitment to Reducing Inequality (CRI) Index by Oxfam, spent just 4% of its budget on health going into the pandemic -- fourth lowest in the world.