Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering

by International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC)
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Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering
Nov 11, 2021

Scholars' Report on Attending the EAPC Congress

Zee a physician from Kuala Lumpur
Zee a physician from Kuala Lumpur

Thank you for your generous donation to the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) “Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering” project.

In October, the IAHPC was able to provide 10 scholarships for individuals to participate in the 17th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) which was a 3-day online event.

One of those scholarships was issued to Zee.  She stated that “attending the EAPC congress has given me the opportunity to learn from other researchers, and sparked new ideas for future research projects. I learned that collaboration with partners in future research with a strong focus on the development of palliative care services in the community is key to drive change and improvement.” 

During the congress, Zee was able to share her research with the palliative care community.  Her abstract was selected by the organizing committee which allowed her to present a poster titled “A Qualitative Study on Palliative Care Nurses’ Experiences on the Use of Subcutaneous Medications and Subcutaneous Infusions via Syringe Driver at Home.”

Scholarships such as this one, was made possible due to the donations you have given to the “Education Reduces Serious Health Related Suffering” project.

From the entire IAHPC team, thank you for your generosity.

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