2020; Volume 21, No 1, January


$8,211 Raised in IAHPC Education Appeal

Thank you to all who responded to our appeal and contributed to the IAHPC “Education Relieves Health-Related Suffering” campaign on Giving Tuesday, December 3. Donations totalled $6,011. Added to matching funds for donations received through the Global Giving website, the amount grew to $8,211.

More than 11,200 donors contributed $USD1.67 million on that one day, benefitting 4,063 nonprofit projects around the world.

How and Where to Get Palliative Care in the U.S.

United States residents seeking palliative care can consult the newly-established Palliative Care Provider Directory to identify local resources. The directory is a free, searchable database produced by the U.S. Center to Advance Palliative Care. More than 900 palliative care services have contributed to this directory of thousands of community resources available to palliative care patients, their families, and referring providers.

The site also includes general information:

Learn more about the Center To Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) in the IAHPC Global Directory of Palliative Care Institutions & Organizations.

Each month, we publish items that may be of interest to our global readership. Contributions are welcomed.

Please also consider promoting your education and training events in the IAHPC Global Directory of Education in Palliative Care. It’s quick and easy — just submit your content online.

What’s New in the IAHPC Calendar of Events

The following events were added last month to the IAHPC Calendar of Events.





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Find the workshop, seminar, congress, or conference that speaks to you in the IAHPC Calendar of Events, updated monthly, that lists activities of special interest to those who work in palliative care. Or submit an event for consideration; it’s free!

Do you have any questions regarding the IAHPC Calendar of Events?

Contact Ms. Julia Libreros

What's New in Pallipedia

The following 24 definitions have been added to Pallipedia by site administrator Dr. Robert Wenk.

Do you have any questions regarding Pallipedia?

Contact Roberto Wenk

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