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Focus on palliative care at World Neurology Congress, Kyoto, Japan.

Pallium India was privileged to be part of lively discussions to improve access to palliative care in neurological disorders at the World Neurology Congress in Kyoto, Japan from 16th to 21st September, 2017. It was heart-warming to find that several Indian neurologists participated in the deliberations.

In addition to an erudite presentation on the current global status by Dr Borasio,

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MetaECHO Conference 2017 at Albuquerque, NM

Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes – ECHO is an innovative model that is rippling across the globe and improving access to care. Dr Sanjeev Arora, professor of gastroenterology at University of New Mexico, is the pioneer founder of the ECHO concept. He began ECHO by empowering community level practitioners in managing Hepatitis C. The aim is to demonopolize knowledge and allow t

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UNODC expert meeting to improve access to controlled medicines

Dr Katherine Pettus, Advocacy Officer, International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, writes:

Diederik Lohman, Jim Cleary and I were in Vienna for an Expert Meeting convened by UNODC on improving access to controlled medicines.

The purpose was to draft a document for member states containing practical actions to implement the recommendations of the 2016 UNG

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20 years after her death, Diana’s legacy of care lives on

The work of Diana, Princess of Wales, relieved the pain and suffering of thousands of people with incurable illness around the world.

During her lifetime, Diana, Princess of Wales, was dedicated to improving the lives of the most disadvantaged people in the UK and internationally. She used her high profile to raise funds and awareness for critical but challenging and stigamati

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Important decision from the Supreme Court of India with possible positive impact on end of life care.

Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes – ECHO is an innovative model that is rippling across the globe and improving access to care. Dr Sanjeev Arora, professor of gastroenterology at University of New Mexico, is the pioneer founder of the ECHO concept. He began ECHO by empowering community level practitioners in managing Hepatitis C. The aim is to demonopolize knowledge and allow t

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