To celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 2023, the IAHPC hosted a webinar Peace in Serious Health Related Suffering and at the End of Life: Is it possible? Listen to faith leaders from different regions who discussed and reflected on this topic.
The IAHPC Newsletter is sent monthly via email to over 8,000 subscribers. It’s a valuable tool to disseminate information and increase awareness about hospice and palliative care and serves as a resource to learn about new developments, and events throughout the world.
The primary focus of this literature search is selected articles, etc., on key issues in end-of-life care for which the full text is available online. Added, however, are a few noteworthy articles, etc., but for which access to the full text is available only with a subscription or for a one-time fee for the article in question.1 Also listed are a few postings of special interest on key websites that serve the hospice and palliative care communities-at-large, and selected news media reports. The next listing will be published in approximately four to six weeks.
This advanced course is based on the discussion of clinical cases and builds on the Comprehensive Pain Assessment and Management Course.
Enter the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) photo contest and be eligible to win prizes! In addition to giving money away, we also wish to see palliative and hospice care through your eyes!