Charitable Foundation for giving palliative care to incurable patients "Mother Teresa"
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Centre Palliative Care
A drop of mercy is more than an ocean of mind
29 October-01 November 2017 in Kiev will be held a training for doctors on the topic of palliative care to children; and from 02 to November 03, 2017 in Kiev will be held the Second Children Palliative Care Forum, with the support of International Renaissance Foundation and at the initiative of the Ukrainian Association of children's palliative care.
Ivano-Frankivsk regional clinical palliative care centre conducts various activities and events on world palliative care day, usually during October – November. This is done according to the projects of the Charity Foundation for terminally ill "Mother Teresa" and with the support of International Renaissance Foundation.
Art project "Oscar and Pink Pine" continues the journey through the cities of Ukraine. We invite you to attend the show and support children's palliative care in your cities.
Watch out for tours on the facebook page "Oscar: Dream and Live".
The Oscars and Pink Ladies project for the entire period of its existence has shown 40 performances in various cities of Ukraine.
We invite you to participate in a scientific conference with international participation "The practice of palliative care in the Eurasian region. Exchange of experience". It will be held 17-18 October 2017 in Ivano-Frankivsk at Independence Street, 40, the hotel "Nadia".
Organizers: Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Center for Palliative Care, Ivano-Frankivsk Regional State Administration, Ivano-Frankivsk Regional State Administration, Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University with the support of the International Renaissance Foundation, Charitable Foundation Mother Teresa. The conference is held as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the palliative service in the Carpathian region.
The manager of the Public Health program of the Vidrodzhennya Foundation, Ksenia Shapoval, described why palliative patients are still forced to contact a human rights commissioner, and doctors are reluctant to prescribe drugs.
Ksenia Shapoval: "The number one problem is that physicians do not want to take responsibility, but now the doctor can prescribe or write prescription for potent painkillers, but it's his responsibility and ability to learn to make a decision, assess the level of pain, and choose a scheme."
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