What is the most wonderful thing in the world?
Indira Madambath, Pallium India's volunteer, reviews the book "Challenges and Choices for Patient, Carer and Professional at the End of Life: Living with Uncertainty" by Catherine Proot & Michael Yorke.
Thank you, Lilah!
Lilah Booth is almost as far away from India as possible geographically. She lives in Kingston, Canada, some 13,500 kilometres away. But she covers that distance in no time with her heart, with her love, with her humanity.
Obituary : Dr Abdul Rahman
"Will you start a branch in Manjeri?" he asked. "We will find you the space."
Creating a ray of hope in another’s life
"Creating a ray of hope and positivity in someone’s life is not an easy task, but something that is worth doing, no matter what the challenges," writes Jimmy Das.
Help Loved Ones Heal
When you are suddenly pushed into the urgent role of a primary caregiver for an immediate family member, there is no time to get ready for an untrained task, something that requires courage, patience, knowledge and professional support.
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