IAHPC Hospice Palliative Care News Digest, March 2022
For palliative home care service in extreme situations, such as in a slum in a lower-income country during COVID-19, safe distancing and repeated hand washing is impractical or impossible to maintain. Photo by Sayeda Quadir, Bangladesh, Dhaka, submitted to the 2021 IAHPC Photo Contest. Used with permission.
Free Webinar series to advance LancetCommission recommendations on PC.
Module 4 of IAHPC Advocacy Course online in March.
Getting Started has been translated into Greek.
Reminder: April deadline looms for scholarship applicants to Bruges conference.
Top 10 Pallipedia searches
What’s New in the IAHPC Calendar
New Listings in the IAHPC Global Directories
Member & other news Roadmaps for PC in Kazakhstan are underway; UHC is theme of World Health Day; videos for PC trainers; a virtual health symposium on PC; ICPCN short courses on pediatric care; CAPC calculator updated; APHN book combines art and self-care; To the Unknown God reaps multiple film awards.
Featured Story Latin America, this is your opportunity! Spain’s palliative care provider, CUDECA [short for cuidados del cancer], expands in a big way into palliative care training.
Book ReviewsPalliative and Serious Illness Patient Management for Physician Assistants, reviewed by Madonna R. Bacorro. Also, a new edition of Palliative Care Perspectives is released, plus Roger Woodruff’s review of the original.