From colleagues in Australia, a whiteboard perspective of persistent or chronic pain. An interesting overview that focuses on a whole person approach. I understand that a similar US directed video is in the works. Interested in what you think of this Aussie video?
It is great that these recent 4 weeks have seen four meetings significant for Global Palliative care. These are the Asian Pacific Hospice and Palliative Care Network meeting, the European Association of Palliative Care Congress (#EAPC2015), the Public Health and Palliative Care Meeting (#PHPC15) and the World Health Assembly. It is an exciting time for Palliative Care but one could … Continue reading
Opioid Availability and Palliative Care in Nepal: Influence of an International Pain Policy Fellowship Recently published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, this article details the achievements of 2008 International Pain Policy Fellow Dr. Bishnu Paudel in his efforts to improve opioid availability and palliative care in Nepal. (No sign-up or registration to access … Continue reading
It is with great pleasure that we share some recent successes of the Pain and Policy Studies Group’s International Pain Policy Fellowship (IPPF). The principal goal of the IPPF is to develop national leaders from low‐ and middle‐income countries (LMICs) and empower them with the necessary knowledge, skills and guidance to improve the availability and … Continue reading