In the period from January to June of the month, the teachers of the educational-methodical center conducted a series of trainings on the topic "Fundamentals of organization and provision of palliative care to adults and children" with the teachers of the main medical departments of the medical university:
The trainers of the educational-methodical center of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Center for Palliative Care conducted a 3-day training from June 26 to June 28, on the theme "Fundamentals of Palliative Care. Care for seriously ill patients ".
The junior medical staff of the Ivano-Frankivsk geriatric center took part in the training.
Certificates were received by 48 people.
The training was funded with the financial support of the Public Health Initiative of the International Renaissance Foundation.
From 05 to 09 December training on "Organization and provision of palliative care for adults and children" was held in training center . The training was conducted BF “Mother Teresa” with the support of the programme “Public health” International Fund “Revival”.
Therapists, family doctors, oncologists, pediatricians, hematologists, healthcare institutions, offices, palliative care and hospices, children's homes of Kharkov, Chernigov B. M. Khmelnytsky and Ivano-Frankivsk were trained.
Announced the training on the topic "The organization of palliative care for adults and children."
CF "Mother Teresa" will conduct training with the support of the "Public Health" International Renaissance Foundation.
To participate in the training are invited therapists, family physicians, oncologists, neurologists, hematologists, pediatricians, psychiatrists and health care, palliative care and hospices, orphanages and children's homes and doctors who read courses in palliative care.
From 07 to 11 November 2016 Training Center Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Center of Palliative Care will hold a 5-day training - on "Psychological support and spiritual care of palliative patients. Preventing burnout. "
The training program will be supported by the initiative "Public Health" International Fund "Renaissance".
By training health professionals invited specialists hospitals, chaplains who provide / plan to provide palliative care.
Key issues to be discussed at the training: