Grantee details

Traveling Scholars Program Report

Amir Radfar, Mr.

Travel date: October 18, 2022

Name of Meeting/Event/Activity: McGill International Congress on Palliative Care (MICPC)

Origin: Encino, California, USA / Destination: Virtual Attendance, Canada


How was this meeting/activity helpful to you?

It helped me to connect with other professionals from all over the globe and I am hoping to build and maintain a relationship with other
stakeholders in the field. By participation in this conference, I expanded my professional network, learned from other experiences,
shared my expertise and interests, and found exclusive opportunities to advance my research interests for the betterment of palliative

How will you new knowledge & acquired skills help in furthering your work in hospice and palliative care in your program/city/ or country?

In my Institute, we have decided to expand our educational and training activities to achieve the highest level of
competence for healthcare professionals and enhance skills to ensures the development of a new generation of palliative care expert.
Through new knowledge acquired, I will design specific training plans for health professionals especially in areas of need. This new
knowledge and insight will also assist my organization to promote quality comprehensive care for people with palliative care needs and
help us to become more efficient and effective.

How IAHPC Traveling Scholars Program be improved in order to help other future traveling scholars?

To begin with , I have to say that I am very grateful for this scholarship. I believe it should also cover other programs, services, and
networks that embrace the IAHPC goals. Geographic distribution and demographic characteristics of the applicants must be free of
restrictions and should support the purpose of the IAHPC scholarship .