Hong Kong 2nd Community End-of-Life Care International Conference

The Community End-of-Life Care International Conference will be held on June 20-21, 2018. Sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, registration is FREE.

Some of the keynote speakers for this conference are Dr. Stephen Connor – Executive Director, Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA), Prof. Irene Higginson – Professor of Palliative Care and Policy King’s College London; King’s Health Partners, Director, Cicely Saunders Institute, Prof. David Currow – Professor of Palliative Medicine, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney, Prof. Wang Ying Wei –Director General, Health Promotion Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan

Find out more at the conference website here.

3rd Conference of the International Children’s Palliative Care Network

The 3rd Conference of the International Children’s Palliative Care Network will be held from 30 May to 2 June 2018 in Durban, South Africa.

Quoting conference chair Prof Julia Downing “There have been many developments in children’s palliative care over the past few years, some of us have been working in the field for many years, others are just starting out and we hope that this conference will be for all of you. It will be a great opportunity to learn from each other and to meet old friends and make new friends. Durban has never before been host to these many ‘greats’ in the world of children’s palliative care and it is hoped that many of you will take the opportunity to attend the conference.”

More details on the conference and registration can be found at http://www.icpcnconference.org/en/home/

 

25th Annual Conference of Indian Association of Palliative Care

25th Silver Jubilee Conference of the Indian Association for Palliative Care will be held in Delhi, India on 23rd – 25th February 2018.

They have lined up a list of expert speakers from the world and the region, including Robert Twycross, Eduardo Bruera, Julia Downing, Ilora Baroness Finlay, Cynthia Goh, Eric L. Krakauer, Fiona Rawlinson and many more!

More details on the conference and their programme can be found at http://www.iapcon2018.com/index.html

 

APHN-Hospis Malaysia Workshop: Grief & Bereavement Care

This 2-day intense workshop on Grief & Bereavement Care concludes our final series of palliative care workshops for the year.

Associate Professor Amy Chow from the University of Hong Kong together with Dr Gilbert Fan from Singapore, will be facilitating the 2-day course which is designed towards a very interactive and engaging experience. This workshop will be immensely valuable to clinicians, psychologists, social workers  and counselors managing palliative care and care of the dying.

Registration submission can be made online at www.hospismalaysia.org/griefandbereavement/ and emailed to education@hospismalaysia.org.

SHC-LCPC Multidisciplinary Forum – Supporting Children Whose Parents are Dying from Cancer

Register online at https://www.duke-nus.edu.sg/lcpc/shc-lcpc-multidisciplinary-forum or email lcpc@duke-nus.edu.sg for more information and enquiries.

WHPCD 2017: Health Screening and Information Booths by Singapore Hospice Council

Join the Singapore Hospice Council and their member organisations to celebrate the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day with health screening, information booths and live performances to engage the public to learn about palliative care.

Find out more here.

 

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WHPCD 2017: Patient Get-together by Pallium India

Pallium India will be organising “Thalolam 2017” in conjunction with the World Hospice Palliative Care Day 2017. About 500 participants, including patients with life-limiting diseases and their family patients, will gather on 14 October 2017 for the get-together.

Read more here.

 

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WHPCD 2017: Hospice Film Festival/Book Fair by Hospice Foundation of Taiwan

In conjunction with the WHPCD 2017, Hospice Foundation of Taiwan will be holding a Film Festival featuring ‘Oscar et le Dame rose’, ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ and ‘In His Chart’. There will also be a feature talk by movie director Wu Nien-jen and a book fair focusing on palliative and hospice care.

 

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Hippocratic Film – Medical Industrial Complex

Dr MR Rajagopal talks about healthcare and profit – a poor mix.

The full film of Hippocratic will be released on 14 October 2017 for WHPCD.

What is your organisation doing for the WHPCD? Let us know in the comments below or email us at aphn@aphn.org!

Hippocratic Film – Morphine for Pain

Morphine is a painkiller. It’s matchless in the sense that for two-thirds of all people with cancer pain in India, there is no other medicine that can relieve their pain. It’s an essential medicine in WHO’s essential medicine list. It’s an essential medicine in India’s, in their government’s essential medicine list. It’s a medicine that’s made out of opium, which is produced from poppy plants, and most of it is exported to the Western countries.

The full film of Hippocratic will be released on 14 October 2017 for WHPCD.

What is your organisation doing for the WHPCD? Let us know in the comments below or email us at aphn@aphn.org!

Hippocratic Film – Poverty and Health

In India, one-third of poverty is caused by disease and its treatment.

The full film of Hippocratic will be released on 14 October 2017 for WHPCD.

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Hippocratic Film – Burden of Pain

Dr MR Rajagopal talks about the crisis of pain relief in this short clip.

The full film of Hippocratic will be released on 14 October 2017 for WHPCD.

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