Palliative Care: Helping people live better and happier
Living with life-limiting or life- threatening illnesses is hard, but palliative care can help ease the journey, helping patients live their best lives.
Pallium India at the C20
Pallium India had the privilege to be invited to the C20 (Civil Society 20) engagement group of the G20 in April. We were invited to present our work as part of 20 “Udaharans” or Best Practices by Civil Society organisations in the country.
Empathy and Emotional Support, The Healing Force:
"In the midst of the usual, mundane everyday life, everything changes in a flash when you suddenly discover you have a dreadful life-threatening illness," Chitra Goyal writes.
Collaborating for Safe and Uninterrupted Access to Pain Relief in Odisha
In order to raise awareness among various stakeholders Pallium India, WHO Collaborating Centre for Training and Policy on Access to Pain Relief conducted a virtual workshop on April 17th, 2023.
Reimagining New Horizons in Improving Cancer Care
The National Roundtable Conference on Oncology organised by ECHO India was held on April 5, 2023 in New Delhi, India to discuss various topics related to cancer control and Reimagining New Horizons in Improving Cancer Care in the country.
Gilly Burn visits Odisha and Chhattisgarh
In 2023, Gilly Burn travelled across India from January to March, spreading awareness on palliative care over 47 institutes, covering 12,000+ kilometres!
100 Ideas that Transformed India by Dr Dinesh C Sharma
Dr Dinesh Sharma, a prominent science and health journalist and a regular columnist in British Medical Journal, has published a book, “Indian Innovation, Not Jugaad: 100 Ideas that Transformed India”.
Opioids Availability Workshop for Maharashtra
On November 9th, 2022, a virtual workshop on "Opioids Availability" was conducted for the state of Maharashtra. The workshop was attended by 215 participants, including officials from the National Health Mission (NHM) and Maharashtra's Food & Drugs Administration (FDA) department.
Congratulations, Dr Megan Doherty
Dr Megan Doherty is the recipient of the 2023 Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians (CSPCP) Humanitarian Award.