In the framework of the project of conducting trainings for managers of different rank on the issues of organization and provision of palliative care in the regional children's clinical hospital оn April 4, 2019 has taken place the seminar "Treatment of persistent pain in children. A regulatory framework for the use and treatment of opioid analgesics in medical institutions"
The training center of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Center for Palliative Care announces a set of participants for a 5-day training from May 13 to May 17, 2019, entitled "Palliative Care aspects for children and young people. Symptom control".
The training ended on June 1. Doctors, nurses, teachers of medical colleges, psychologists, who are already working in the fpalliative care, were the listeners of the training. They came from different regions of Ukraine. Classes were interesting. Participants of the training shared their own clinical examples. This exchange of experience is the best way to assimilate and further implement the necessary standards of palliative care. Before receiving the certificates, all students were dedicated in palliative care family . After the end of the training, the group gave 920 hryvnias for charitable Fund "Mother Teresa". The Foundation raises money for a second car for visiting/advisory palliative care centre.
On May 28, 2018, a training on the topic "Palliative care management: symptom control, treatment of chronic pain in the practice of a physician" was launched. Doctors, nurses, teachers of medical colleges, community leaders, and children working in palliative care for children and adults began training.
The participants of the training came from Ternopil, Kiev, Zaporizhia, Lutsk, Rivne, Khmelnytsky, Cherkasy, Odessa and Ivano-Frankivsk regions - only 27 participants.
Training center created in 2005 by the Charity Foundation for terminally ill "Mother Teresa". Its purpose is to organize staff training Ivano-Frankivsk hospice and diffusion of knowledge in the organization and provision of palliative care among various specialists of the medical community.