A great beginning!
On the 7th of January 2021, we at Pallium India had the privilege to hold a 2-hour sensitization session for 95 doctors and nurses from ESI Kerala.
Vacancy in Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre for full-time Palliative Care Physician
Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Silchar, Assam, invites applications to the post of full-time Palliative Care Physician.
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)”
A day of celebration for and with People With Disabilities
On 5 December, 2020, Pallium India organized a virtual event to commemorate International Day of People With Disabilities (IDPWD)
A virtual Kuttikkoottam get-together
On 21 November 2020, Pallium India organized a virtual get-together of Kuttikkoottam, the children from families that receive palliative care.
Redefining palliative care
Dr Lukas Radbruch and colleagues from all over the world came together to create a new definition of palliative care.
Dr Sanjeev Arora named the 2021 Laureate for the Brock Prize in Education Innovation
Congratulations, Dr Sanjeev Arora on being named the 2021 Laureate for Brock Prize in Educational Innovation. Well-deserved!
WHO Roundtable on Integration of Palliative Care:
The Director General of WHO Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made a firm commitment towards integration of palliative care into healthcare at the WHO roundatable with civil society representatives.
A social experiment on World Toilet Day
Universal access to public spaces remains a challenge for people who suffer from physical, sensorial, and intellectual disability. Toilets are one of the most important basic amenities that a public space should have on offer for people visiting it.
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).