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The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is dedicated to promoting hospice and palliative care in Asia and the Pacific.

APHN Webinar #11

Hello everyone! The APHN will be hosting it's second webinar of the 2019 APHN Webinar series on 11th March 2019. We have partners all over the ...
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APHC 2019: Abstract submission alternative

Dear friends, We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused as we understand some may have issues submitting an abstract using the conference website. We have opened ...
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APHN Webinar #10

Hello everyone! The APHN will be hosting it's first webinar of the 2019 APHN Webinar series on 24th January 2019. Once again, we have partners all ...
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APHN-Hospis Malaysia: Workshop on Palliative Care Nursing

Workshop on Palliative Care Nursing : 26 – 27 January 2019 Dear Doctors, Nurses & fellow healthcare professionals, We would like to invite participants to ...
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Grace Hospice- Mongolia

History of Grace Hospice Home Care Program Grace Hospice program of which patients with advanced cancer and for whom cure is improbable are visited in ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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APHN Volunteer Reflection

“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” ~Winston Churchill Below is an article written by one of ...
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Launch of first Chinese educational video on children’s palliative care

This article was originally from ehospice. Led by Butterfly Children's Hospice, using a grant received from the Overseas Chinese Charity Foundation, the first Chinese language ...
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A video game to help people cope with grief

This article was originally on eHospice. "We made a video game that's hard to play. It will never be a blockbuster. People have to prepare ...
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‘Happy Death Day’ – palliative care and death awareness exhibition held in Thailand

This article was originally from eHospice. Some 3,300 participants, with another 30,000 people watching the exhibition online, attended the 'Happy Death Day' palliative care and ...
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Families in Crisis

This article originally appeared on eHospice. Family doctors play a crucial role in supporting patients and families through life events, including death and bereavement, even ...
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