May 8-10, 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark.
The EAPC announces its 14th World Congress with the theme “Building Bridges”.
Palliative Care practice is complex and challenging and its success depends on building bridges between different professional and nonprofessional groups, disciplines, countries, regions and continents. In order to enable the construction of a vibrant and challenging conference program a significant part of the program will be built on submitted abstracts. In that way the Congress authorities invite you to contribute to the scientific program by submitting abstracts for posters and oral communications.
They seek to bring together the best caregivers, clinicians, researchers and educators in the field of palliative care along with the best opportunities to meet friends, colleagues and experts and gain new ideas and insights on how to improve care for patients and their families.
April 22-24, 2015 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
HealthCare Chaplaincy Network seeks proposals for 90-minute workshops on Topics Pertaining to Integrating Spiritual Care in Healthcare for the conference. Building on the successful 2014 conference, the event will be devoted to the presentation and discussion of best practice and latest data on the clinical, educational, research and advocacy aspects of integrating spiritual care in healthcare.
All workshops should be aimed at the advanced practitioner/researcher and should maximize dialogue with participants. Preference will be given to multidisciplinary teams.
Join others around the world in a call to action, as we continue our "silent revolution" to inspire change, promote whole person care and support compassionate health systems all over the world with the formation of The Global Network for Spirituality and Health (GNSAH).
We invite you to visit our website.
The International Seminars of the European Palliative Care Research Centre and the European Association for Palliative Care Research Network is a complement to the World Research Congress (WRC) of the EAPC. Join the 4th International Seminar “Palliative care research in Europe: How to move towards evidence-based medicine and evidence-based practice?” will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 16–17 October 2014.
The scientific program comprises presentations regarding topics such as:
Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, UK
Monday 24th November 2014
A one-day international conference presenting recent European research and future developments in the fields of palliative care and spiritual care. This conference is the first of a series of events being held to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the death of Dame Cicely Saunders.
It aims to present of new research into:
Please register online.
Dr Usenko is a Russian palliative care professional. She is part of a group of committed people whose efforts to improve access to essential medicines in Russia are gradually changing the minds of government and policy-makers. She is affiliated with the Eastern and Central Europe Palliative Care Task Force and currently Clinical Documentation Specialist, Florida Hospitals, USA.
She received the European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC) Palliative Care Policy Development Award 2014.