Assisi Palliative Care Berhad (ASPAC) – Malaysia

Article written by Dr Lalitha Jeyasingam , Medical Director , ASPAC

Assisi Palliative Care Berhad (ASPAC) is a charitable organisation governed by a Board of Directors, providing free of charge professional palliative care services to the community. We are based in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia and we provide a team based approach to provide high quality’ hospice at home’ care to our patients based on their needs. Most of our referrals come from public hospitals and consist primarily of adult patients with advanced cancer. However, we are increasingly receiving referrals of patients with non-cancer illnesses (e.g Motor Neurone Disease, Dementia, End stage Heart failure and Kidney disease). There are also a growing number of children being referred for paediatric palliative care.

The team consists of two doctors, five nurses, a counsellor, dispenser and volunteers who work towards providing support that improves quality of care for the patient and their carer/family members. We strive to meet the patients physical, emotional, spiritual and practical needs. We also loan out medical equipment such as hospital beds, oxygen concentrators, wheelchairs; and we supply medications as and when they are available to us (free of charge).

ASPAC Staff and Volunteers

ASPAC runs periodic training programs for volunteers, nurses and other health care workers. We believe that continuous professional development is important for staff to deliver skilled palliative care in a holistic manner. There is bedside teaching for nurses and daily clinical review of cases. The nurses and doctors also conduct weekly case presentations and discussions. ASPAC invites palliative care professionals from overseas and locally to join the team when possible so that there is exchange and sharing of information for the betterment of all. Our team attends seminars, teaching programs and conferences when opportunities arise bearing in mind the financial constraints.

We accept medical students and other undergraduates from various universities and colleges for short attachment postings when possible. Our medical advisors are senior Palliative Medicine consultants from University Hospital (UMMC), Kuala Lumpur which is a premier teaching hospital for undergraduate and postgraduate students of University Malaya.

We hope to reach out to other hospice organisations locally and overseas and are open to the possibility of hosting overseas colleagues and in return send members of our team to culturally diverse regions to teach and to learn where both sides would benefit in a two way sharing experience.


ASSISI PALLIATIVE CARE BHD (1151314-D)
(Company Limited By Guarantee And Not Having A Share Capital)
49 Jalan Railway 1/2, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
T: +603 7783 8833 F: +603 7783 8899 E: info@aspac.my W: http://www.aspacmalaysia.org

 

EPEC Pediatrics Trainers Conference- India

Disclaimer: This course is not organised by the APHN

For more information, please visit: http://www.ciplapalliativecare.org/training/epec/ 

APHN-Hospis Malaysia: Grief & Bereavement Care Workshop

Grief & Bereavement Care Workshop (8-9 December 2018)

Dear Doctors, Nurses & fellow healthcare professionals,

One of the aims of palliative care is to provide support to patients experiencing death anxiety and stress of cumulative loss, thereby creating a more healing environment to patients and their families while at the same time being aware of the process of grief and own self-awareness issues.

We are pleased to invite participants to our final modular palliative care workshop on Grief & Bereavement Care for 2018.

This 2-day intense workshop 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 who heads the psychosocial oncology department at the National Cancer Center in 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. The program and registration form are attached here for your reference.

Registration submission can be made either online at our website: www.hospismalaysia.org or emailed to: education@hospismalaysia.org or faxed to: 603 9133 3941. For further enquiries, kindly contact Kai Lee at 03 9133 3936 extension 207.

 

Thank You.

 

Yours Sincerely

Dr Ednin Hamzah

Chief Executive Officer, Hospis Malaysia

Exciting new journey for China SIG

Written by: Prof Enoch Lai, Chair, China Special Interest Group (SIG)
Edited by: Joyce Chee, APHN Executive

In the Asia-Pacific region, the Mandarin speaking population forms a significant percentage of the total population. Geographically, they are found in most of this region, and comprises of various ethnic groups and nationalities. Views on life and death are closely linked to the culture, background, customs and traditions of the individual. This in turn reflects on how palliative care is provided. Speaking the same language and having similar cultures, the Mandarin speaking population have a unique point of view when it comes to end-of-life issues.

The largest proportion of the Mandarin speaking population is located in China. In recent years, palliative care services are sprouting and developing at an unprecedented speed in China. The next step ahead will be to connect to the international palliative care community, work towards setting up a common standard and accreditation system and also to encourage mutual exchange. As the palliative care landscape continues to evolve in China, they can also be connected with other Mandarin speaking communities in the region, have access to resources and best practices around the world that is unique to the Chinese. These experienced professionals from other Mandarin speaking communities in Asia Pacific can provide palliative knowledge and skill to palliative professionals who are situated across all provinces in China to ensure that pain-free, dignified and quality end of life care is accessible to all Chinese.

One of the goals of the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is to assist countries in the Asian-Pacific region in building capacity, improving service quality and increasing accessibility. Driven by this common purpose, Prof Cynthia Goh, Chair of APHN, Prof Enoch Lai, Chair of APHN China SIG and Prof Amy Chow, convened a mandarin speaking pre-conference under the Conference – “Innovation and Impact: The Review and Vision of Community End-of-Life Care” hosted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Hong Kong on 16 June 2018. Palliative professionals and experts were invited to exchange ideas and to explore the future development and international cooperation of palliative care in the region.

The meeting was attended by 20 palliative care professionals from Mandarin speaking regions. Action plans are currently in progress and updates will be provided at the next meeting during the Mandarin pre-conference workshop in APHC 2019 in Indonesia. We are all very excited to be in this journey and look forward to meeting again.

Lastly, we will like to thank to the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and Prof Amy Chow for making this meeting possible by providing the venue and logistics support.

APHN Mini Interview Series- Dr Rumalie (Mae) Corvera, Philippines

Article written by Marita Linkson (APHN Volunteer)

This is the first in a mini-interview series featuring members of the 18th Council of the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN).

Dr Rumalie (Mae) Corvera 1 was recently elected to the APHN Council, and represents The Philippines.

I asked Dr Corvera about her palliative medicine experience and influences, and where she sees her role on APHN Council 2.

  1. What can you tell me about your role establishing the Home Care and Hospice Program, University of Perpetual Help (Dalta) Medical Center.

After my Fellowship training in Supportive Palliative and Hospice Care, I was invited, along with a colleague, to help set up the HCH Perpetual Help; there was an initial proposal authored by Family Medicine Specialist, Dr Elinore Alba. The Medical Director, Perpetual Help, asked us to help with the implementation; which was rewarding in itself; but to see that it actually could be done, despite a few challenges, including slow acceptance by fellow physicians and budgetary constraints, was the most fulfilling part – coupled with the feedback from patients and families. They expressed gratitude for being cared for by a team from the hospital in the comfort of their own homes, and for us caring enough to see them where they lived.

  1. What do you think are the specific challenges for providing hospice and palliative care in The Philippines?

The lack of Government Support and Community Awareness. The Medical Community is also still in the uphill process of integrating it into “standard practice,” but I believe we are gradually getting there.

  1. What do you hope to achieve in your capacity as an APHN Councillor?

I would be most grateful to help in the area of training and education; not just by teaching, but by helping APHN to promote standards and develop references and resources for training, especially for our less developed Asia Pacific country members. I am also willing to be an advocate for establishing and empowering “Compassionate Communities” in the Asia Pacific region, in line with APHN Council’s vision and mission.

  1. What and/or who inspired you to specialise in Palliative Medicine…

My training at the country’s largest government hospital, Philippine General Hospital, where patients are often told “nothing else can be done,” and the life legacy of Palliative and Hospice Care Pioneer, Dr Josefina Magno.

…and what would you say to doctors or medical students who might be considering this path?

The APHN Council consists of 7 members to be appointed by sectors on a rotation to be determined alphabetically according to the name of the sectors (Constitution 12.2a), 7 elected members, and 6 Co-opted members.

That a critical core in the practice of Medicine is the embracing of true compassion…and to quote Joan Halifax.:

First, compassion is comprised of that capacity to see clearly into the nature of suffering. It is that ability to really stand strong and to recognize also that I’m not separate from this suffering. But that is not enough, because compassion means that we aspire, we actually aspire to transform suffering. And if we’re so blessed, we engage in activities that transform suffering. But compassion has another component, and that component is really essential. That component is that we cannot be attached to outcome.”


BNI Palliative Care Scholarships 2019

BNI New Zealand is now accepting applications for scholarships from health professionals wishing to undertake postgraduate study in 2019. 

Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 28 November, 2018. For more information and to download the application form, please click here.

IAHPC Traveling Scholarships to the 16th World Congress of the EAPC

IAHPC Traveling Scholarships to the 16th World Congress of the EAPC

The International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) is pleased to announce it will provide ten (10) Traveling Scholarships to support the travel of palliative care workers to attend the 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) in Berlin, Germany on May 23-25, 2019.  The deadline to apply is December 31, 2018. The results will be announced late January 2019.

Applicants from all disciplines are welcome to apply. In order to apply for a traveling scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

Preference will be given to applicants who:

  • Have not received grants from IAHPC in the past 3 years.
  • Have been IAHPC active members for two or more consecutive years.
  • Whose institution is an IAHPC active member. To see a list of institutional members click here.
  • Are living in Lower, Lower-Middle and Upper-Middle income categories as per the World Bank income classification data. To see click here.
  • Are dedicated full-time to palliative care in their current work.
  • Graduated less than 10 years ago from university.
  • Have an accepted abstract for poster / oral presentation. Proof of acceptance is required.
  • Describe in their applications long term goals which lead to improvements in any or all of the following areas: service provision; education; availability of and access to medicines; and public policy.

This program offers funding for travel and registration only, applicants will need to secure funding from other sources to cover additional expenses. 

More detailed information about the application process and the online form are available at the IAHPC website.

If you need information on how to apply please contact Genevieve Napier, IAHPC Programs Officer at gnapier@iahpc.com.

Award for Palliative Care Leadership Programmes 2019

For more information, visit: https://www.eupca.eu/menuleiste1/leadership-award/

World Hospice and Palliative Care Day Events

World Hospice and Palliative Care Day (WHPCD) is coming up on the 13th of October 2018!

WHPCD is a unified day of action to celebrate and support hospice and palliative care around the world. This year's theme is: Palliative Care- Because I Matter!

The materials for WHPCD 2018 are provided below in English and Mandarin (中文版翻译):

In conjunction with WHPCD, here are the list of events happening in our various sectors:

WHPCD Events

Indonesian Palliative Society 

27th October 2018: Indonesian Palliative Society Surabaya Branch and the Surabaya Palliative Foundation have collaborated to hold a seminar about palliative care and the theme is “Mengapa perawatan paliatif penting untuk penderita kanker? “KARENA ANDA BERHARGA”

Venue: Ballroom Grand City Convention Exhibition Surabaya

Time: 0800-1230

This activity is also supported by the Mayor of Surabaya, Dr. (H.C) Ir. Tri Rismaharini, MT as a Keynote Speaker and other speakers with topics Useful always and valuable until the end of life (Tetap berguna dan berharga sampai akhir hayat) by Prof. Marlina S. Mahajuddin., dr., SpKJ(K),PGD.Pall.Med (ECU) and The Role of Palliative Care in Cancer Patient (Peran Perawatan Paliatif Pada Pasien Kanker) by Wiwiek Indriyani Maskoep,dr,SpPD.FINASIM. It will be attended by 1200 participants from all elements, consisting of patients and family, volunteers, employees, health care professionals, NGO, and others in the community interested to be involved and know more about Palliative Care.

Click here for schedule: Palliative Care Seminar Schedule (Indonesia)

Hospice Palliative Care Japan (HPCJ)

7-13 October 2018: HPJC have established a special "Hospice Palliative Care Week". The members of HPCJ, hospice palliative care units, palliative care team and home care services will have special events in each hospital or community (e.g. hospice palliative care forum or symposium, concert, open house, photo exhibition, special counseling room etc.)

Mongolian Palliative Care Society (MPCS)

13th October 2018: MPCS will host an 8 hour conference on "Ethical problems in palliative care or advanced directives". In the conference, we will have presentations and role play on breaking bad news, DNR (Do Not Resuscitate), DPA (durable power of attorney), TPN (total parenteral nutrition), PN (parenteral nutrition), bowel obstruction.

Venue: Conference Hall of the Ministry of Health

14th October 2018: MPCS planned to organize a sports day within our hospices for the prevention of burn out syndrome with basketball and table tennis games. 

Makati Medical Center

15 October: 3rd Integrative Palliative & Home Care Post Graduate Conference "The Care that You Deserve"

Venue: Makati Medical Center, 8th Floor Auditorium, Tower 2

2 Amorsolo Street, Legaspi Village

Makati City, Philippines 1229

Time: 0800-1700  

Singapore Hospice Council (SHC)

1-31st October 2018: SHC in collaboration with the National Library Board (NLB) to host exhibitions and public education and engagement programmes across 9 libraries islandwide. The objective is to increase understanding of palliative care and end-of-life care among Singaporeans

The exhibition and programmes are open to public and prior registration to attend the programmes is required. For full programme listing and registration, please visit SHC’s website at https://singaporehospice.org.sg/events/

SHC has published the first of a series of Life Books titled “Lawrence of Arabia”. It is an illustrated book to help readers understand more about palliative care, celebrate the lives of palliative care patients and the legacies they leave behind. Published in both English and Chinese, the books will be made available to the public for borrowing at all libraries soon. An eBook version will also be available at SHC’s website by 1 October 2018. Lien Center

  • 8th October 2018: A talk by Professor Eric Finkelstein, Executive Director of the Lien Centre for Palliative Care, Duke-NUS Medical School.

Exploring the Complicated Decisions Around End of Life Care: Research at the Lien Centre for Palliative Care, Singapore

Time: 4pm – 6pm

Venue: Central Public Library, Multi-Purpose Room

             100 Victoria Street, National Library Board, Singapore 188064

  • 23rd October 2018: A talk by Professor Semra Ozdemir, Assistant Professor, Health Services & Systems Research, Duke-NUS Medical School.

Exploring Treatment Decisions of Elderly Patients with Kidney Failure: Research at the Lien Centre for Palliative Care, Singapore

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Venue: Tampines Regional Library, Programme Zone, Level 6

            1 Tampines Walk, #02-01 Our Tampines Hub,  Singapore 529684

 
    • 30th October 2018: A talk by Professor Carl Becker, Specially Appointed Professor of the Policy Science Unit, School of Medicine, Kyoto University.Supporting the family before and after a deathTime: 3pm – 5pmVenue: Duke-NUS Medical SchoolAmphitheatre, Level 28 College Road, Singapore 169857
   

 Palliative Care Association of Sri Lanka

13th October 2018Palliative Care Association of Sri Lanka will have a programme for about 150-200 participants comprising of Doctors, Nurses, Para Medics, Medical Students and lay people. We will have the Mallika Khoja Oration for the second consecutive year, the topic being "Melodies for Maladies that Linger" followed by a symposium. Also there will a book launch the two books  titled " Hand Book for Carers" in local languages - Sinhala & Tamil.

Venue: Dr. Prathap C. Reddy Auditorium, Lanka Hospitals Click here for schedule: WHPCD Sri Lanka Programme

13 October 2018: Integration of Palliative and Long-Term Care Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital | 高雄醫學大學附設中和紀念醫院

12 October 2018: 2018 World Hospice and Palliative Care Day Charity Sale |2018年世界安寧日環保二手安寧義賣活動

Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital is having a Charity Sale for second-hand goods in honor of 2018 World Hospice and Palliative Care Day.

http://www.kmuh.org.tw/ Palliative Care Center | 美醫院緩和醫療中心

2-4 October 2018: Grace Hospice Ward: 10th Anniversary Charity Sale | 奇美醫院緩和醫療中心-奇恩病房10週年義賣

In celebration of its 10 year anniversary and to raise awareness for hospice & palliative care in honor of World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, Grace Hospice Ward hosted a charity sale on the first floor of the hospital building on October 2nd~4th. Chi Mei Hospital | 奇美醫院  

6 October 2018: Cycling for Love: Raising Awareness for Palliative Care | 「騎出安寧活出愛美麗人生大會師」鐵馬行活動

2018 is a special year for Chi Mei Hospital as it marks the 50th anniversary of Chi Mei Medical Center, 20th anniversary of the hospice and palliative care team, as well as the 10th anniversary of the Grace Hospice Ward. To celebrate this meaningful year, patients, family members, family members of deceased patients, doctors, nurses, and hospital staff of the three hospital branches joined together in a cycling event to bring awareness to hospice and palliative care, patient autonomy, life and death education, and advance care planning.

News Links: https://news.sina.com.tw/article/20181006/28393300.html
                    https://www.ettoday.net/news/20181007/1275733.htm
Pingtung Christian Hospital | 屏基醫療財團法人屏東基督教醫院 

1. 17-21 September 2018: Hospice & Palliative Care Awareness Week | 安寧傳愛週

To promote public awareness of palliative care, Pingtung Christian Hospital held a series of events between September 17~21st which included activities such as a flashmob in the hospital lobby, a writing competition, experiential workshop activities open to the public, and a conference on palliative care.

News links:
http://www.epochtimes.com/b5/18/9/18/n10723225.htm
http://news.ltn.com.tw/news/life/breakingnews/2555019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1iSJW8_n_8&feature=youtu.be 2. 5 October 2018: Flashmob at the Pingtung Train Station | 屏東火車站快閃活動

On October 5th at 4pm, crowds at the Pingtung Train Station were pleasantly surprised by a flashmob of a group of 30 doctors and nurses from Pingtung Christian Hospital who performed three popular Taiwanese songs and held up signs that read, “Celebrating World Hospice and Palliative Care Day: I support Hospice and Palliative Care” before dispersing into the crowd.

News Link:
https://www.ettoday.net/news/20181005/1274506.htm  

The Department of Palliative Care from University of Medicine and Pharmacy

13th October 2018: The Department of Palliative Care from University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City, in partnership with Ho Chi Minh City Oncology Hospital and University Medical Center, would host the first Vietnam National Palliative Care Conference to celebrate this year World Hospice Palliative Care Day. 

Venue: Great Lecture Hall. University of Medicine & Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City

217 Hong Bang Street, District 5

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Time: 0800-1200 Click here for schedule: WHPCD Vietnam Schedule

KOSISH- India

KOSISH- the Hospice

Mission statement

To provide compassionate, individualized, holistic and supportive care for all patients with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families.

Service description

Palliative care is still in its infancy in most parts of India, with more than 99% of the population being deprived of its benefits. Availability of resources is a major problem and this factor is compounded by lack of affordability. Accessibility is a major issue in small towns and villages – 70-80% of the population of India still live in villages and small towns. The sad result is that majority die undignified deaths and often leaving the families in a state of prolonged bereavement.

We are pioneering the cause of rural palliative care in the tribal state of Jharkhand & West Bengal in India through our hospice, KOSISH, which is the first NGO in Jharkhand providing palliative care services to the elderly and the terminally ill. We have been providing our services to the community since 2006. Narcotic rules vary from state to state and administrators in most areas consider a low priority issue. Illiteracy, poverty, ignorance are the rule of the day. Most people do not have access to basic health amenities. Care of the terminally ill remains a low-priority issue with them. Death means a mouth less to feed – economics simplified!

Focusing on the available ‘resources’ i.e, addressing the spiritual & psychological needs of the dying, in addition to the physical needs, would go a long way in preventing such ‘undignified’ deaths. We ‘tap’ into these resources and provide the best possible care in accordance with the local social & cultural background.

We provide ‘home care’ for the patients, where our team consisting of a doctor, nurse, and volunteer visit the patients at their homes and address the symptoms in a holistic fashion, providing relief, sustaining dignity & empowering the family in the care of the patient.

In addition, we conduct ‘heath check-up camps’ for the Elderly in villages, for they would find it difficult to access our center…we have coined the term of ‘preventive palliation’ in this context for the Elderly. In providing a holistic nature of care, it is our endeavor to address poverty, as far as practicable.

We distribute ‘used clothes’ to the poor when we conduct camps in the remote villages. This promotes goodwill and trust.

In our endeavor to empower the ‘girl child’, we arranged for the moral education of the village girls in our center by providing them with basic education, food and clothing.

We have also started a system where we have trained a few village women to conduct door to door surveys of the Elderly, asking questions in a holistic manner, and providing a routine check of physical parameters like blood pressure.

We also have constructed a residential ‘Long term care facility for the Elderly & terminally ill’ at Vill.Pindrajhora, Bokaro, which is about 300 km from Kolkata, for providing residential care.

As a part of continuing education, we conduct the Indian Association of Palliative Care certificate course in Essentials of Palliative Care for doctors, nurses & dentists, at our center. We have had many original research published in indexed journals.

We are happy to welcome people interested in seeking ‘clinical attachments’ at our hospice and also offer our expertise in working in resource poor settings.

Contact details:

Kosish- the Hospice

Village: Obra, Thana: Pindrajhora, District Bokaro, Jharkhand, India. 827013.

Email: ratuldam@yahoo.com

Facebook: kosishthehospice, www.kosishthehospice.webs.com

 

Pediatric Palliative Care Symposium 2018- Indonesia

Dear Doctors, Nurses & fellow healthcare professionals,

Pediatric Palliative Care Symposium 2018 (10th October 2018)

Rachel House is proud to announce a major Children’s Palliative Care Symposium to be held in central Jakarta on October 10, in partnership with Cipto Mangunkusumo National Referral Hospital, Ikatan Dokter Indonesia (IDI), Ikatan Dokter Anak Indonesia (IDAI) and Persatuan Perawat Nasional Indonesia (PPNI).

This symposium will bring some of the world’s leading Indonesian and international experts in pediatric palliative care together to discuss how we take the next steps on building a true palliative care ecosystem in Indonesia.

This symposium is for doctors, nurses, health department and government officials and anyone that provide care for children’s living with serious illnesses.

If you would like any more information or to register, please contact Anjani on anjani@rachel-house.org or  +6282114779505. 

 

APHN-Hospis Malaysia: Palliative Care and Cancer Symposium

Dear Doctors, Nurses & fellow healthcare professionals,

Palliative Care and Cancer Symposium (30th September 2018)

We would like to invite interested participants to attend our forthcoming Palliative Care and Cancer Symposium which would be conducted on 30th September 2018.

In many countries, palliative care access remains limited. In national cancer programmes, patients are often referred very late in their disease. There is now significant evidence of the benefits of palliative care in cancer care and it is imperative that palliative care is given greater prominence as part of a country’s cancer control strategy. Cancer pain relief is another cause for concern and many patients, especially in low resource countries, still have difficulty accessing medicines for pain relief.

This symposium will discuss on the evidence for palliative care in pain and symptom control, reducing suffering, meeting patient goals of care and the economic implications for countries in implementing palliative care programmes.

Facilitators for this workshop are:

  • Dr Stephen Connor – Executive Director, Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance
  • Prof Richard Harding – Director of the Centre for Global Health Palliative Care, Kings College, London
  • Dr Elizabeth Gwyther – CEO, Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa
  • Dr Emmanuel Luyirika – Executive Director, African Association of Palliative Care
  • Prof Jim Cleary – Director, WHO Collaborating Center for Policy and Communication in Cancer Care, USA.
  • Prof Julia Downing, CEO, International Children’s Palliative Care Network
  • Prof Cynthia Goh – Chair, Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network
  • Dr Richard Lim – National Advisor to Palliative Medicine, Ministry of Health, Malaysia
  • Dr Ednin Hamzah – Vice Chair, Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network 
  • Dr Siow Yen Ching – Palliative Medicine Specialist, Ministry of Health, Malaysia

Registration for the workshop can be done on our website: https://www.hospismalaysia.org/palliativecareandcancersyposium/

For further information, please contact Kai Lee at 03 – 9133 3936 (ext: 207) or email education@hospismalaysia.org

Thank You.

Yours Sincerely

Dr Ednin Hamzah

Chief Executive Officer, Hospis Malaysia