Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation, Tata Memorial Centre & Forum for Medical Ethics Society,
Indian Journal of Medical Ethics and Mahila Sarvangeen Utkarsh Mandal,
(Sixth National Bioethics Conference organizers) announce a
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON TRANSITION OF CARE IN PATIENTS WITH
ADVANCED AND LIFE LIMITING CONDITIONS
Thursday, 12th Jan 2017
Timing: 9AM to 5.30PM
Venue: YASHADA, Baner Road, Pune
Participant Capacity: 50
Eligibility: For Doctors only
Registrations Open: 11th Oct 2016
Deadline for Application: 30th Dec 2016
Participants will be selected on the basis of their application. Selected participants will be given a scholarship that includes conference registration and stay for the duration of the Sixth National Bioethics Conference.
Palliative care services in India are marred by several challenges. Lack of trained human resources, non-implementation of Government’s palliative care policies, limited availability of opioids, overtly curative nature of health care with minimal scope to address psychosocial needs of life limiting conditions are some of the impediments for care.
This workshop attempts to provide a holistic overview on transition of care with special focus on advanced care planning, medical interventions, ethical framework of care and legal dimensions in delivering palliative care services.
Applied for Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) credit hours
Click here to apply https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JNSQKH9 for the workshop and submit the application on or before
30th Dec 2016.
For any queries email Dr. Himanshu Gupte at email@example.com