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This compilation collects the 27 original and lightly edited Briefing Notes
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This compilation collects the twenty-seven original and lightly edited Briefing Notes prepared for the Global Palliative Care and COVID-19 Series developed between April and September 2020 in response to the emergency of the pandemic and its unprecedented effects on patients and palliative care providers around the world. They are addressed to civil society organizations, UN […]
Based on a survey conducted in June 2020, this report provides recommendations to governments to integrate palliative care into COVID-19 responses, train health care workers in palliative care and build back better through the integration of palliative care into health systems, including through Universal Health Coverage reforms. It is a moral imperative to ensure that […]
Topic #01: Drooling and Airway Secretion Management 8 Dec 2020, Tuesday | 1–2pm (GMT +8) This new series provides opportunities to share experiences and practices of children’s palliative care in hospital and community setting across different countries and cultures. Paediatricians, Family Medicine Specialists, Primary Care Doctors and Allied Health care providers are invited as themes […]
Last week we were overwhelmed by your contributions to #HatsOn4CPC – our annual awareness raising campaign for children’s palliative care. You took on the challenge on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to post pictures and films of your Hats (and this year – Masks) across the world, from Peru to Portugal, Kenya to Kuwait, Belgium to […]