APHN Webinar Series
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) hosts collaborative webinars across the Asia Pacific region throughout the year. The webinar sessions feature distinguished speakers delivering lectures on palliative care topics.
Each session is approximately 60 minutes, encompassing 45 minutes of pre-recorded lecture and a 15-minute real-time question and answer segment where participants can pose their questions to the speakers via a message board.
We recognise the need for eLearning options as we believe that such informative material should be easily accessible to everyone.
We have partners all over the region who have joined us a host site to screen the webinars at their institutions. If you are interested to join us as a host site, please drop us an email at [email protected].
If you join APHN as an individual member, you will be able to gain access to our archive of previous webinar videos and slides.
APHN-Hospis Malaysia Workshops
The APHN organises regular workshops to educate and provide a better understanding of palliative care to various healthcare professionals, students, trainees and anyone who might be interested. We conduct a series of workshops annually in collaboration with Hospis Malaysia. Each year, these workshops are attended by approximately 500 healthcare workers from across Malaysia and the region. If your organisation is interested to collaborate with us to provide such workshops, we welcome you to drop us an inquiry.
In the observership, participants will shadow palliative care teams to learn what a hospice palliative care service is through experiential learning and immersion with patients and the palliative care team in the clinical setting. At the same time, participants will have opportunities to interact with the doctors, nurses, social workers and other palliative care team members at separate visitations. A briefing will be conducted for participants before the visit regarding the protection of patient’s personal privacy and conformation to ethical procedures. They will also be assigned readings providing an overview of palliative care services and developments around Asia and the Pacific region. This is a great opportunity to experience, learn, and network with professionals from the palliative care field.