International Association of Bioethics &


Indian Journal of Medical Ethics
Pre-Congress: Dec 3-4, 2018
Main Congress: Dec 5-7, 2018

Visit to Cipla Palliative Care and Training Centre

An opportunity to visit Cipla Palliative Care and Training Centre (CPC), Warje, Pune


6th National Bioethics Conference gives its registered participants an opportunity to visit Cipla Palliative Care and Training Centre (CPC), Warje, Pune. Established in 1997, CPC, Pune is now recognized as a leading Palliative Care organization in India. The centre follows a holistic family care model by seamlessly combining symptom relief treatments, physiotherapy and nutritional interventions with counseling and diversion therapies. Run by professionally trained staff, the centre also provides outpatient and home care services as well as bereavement support. Till date over 11,000 patients have found comfort and care here. For details of the centre please visit www.carebeyondcure.org

CPC warmly welcomes you for a visit to the centre, to see the facilities and interact with their team. This visit being part of the program involves no extra fees. The transportation from YASHADA (the venue of the conference) to the centre and back is arranged by CPC.

Details of the visit:

  • Date and Time: Interested Participants may choose from the three options below:
    Study Tour 1: Thursday, January 12, 2017, 2-4 pm
    Study Tour 2: Thursday, Jan 12, 2017, 5-7 pm
    Study Tour 3: Sunday, January 15, 2017, 2:30-4:30 pm
  • Duration: The visit to the Centre will last for 2hrs to 2.30 hrs including the commuting time. Distance from the conference venue to the Centre is about 15 kms.
  • The structure of the visit to CPC:
    • Welcome talk in the CPC auditorium (5 min)
    • A round of the facilities (20 min)
    • A presentation of the work done at the centre (10 min)
    • Questions & answers along with tea and snacks (20 min)

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