The organizing committee of the 21st International Conference of Indian Association of Palliative Care(IAPCON 2014) invites all to Odisha to join for the IAPCON 2014. The conference organized by Acharya Harihar Regional Cancer Centre, Cuttack will be held at KIMS Campus, Bhubaneswar- the capital of Odisha from 14-16 February 2014.
Prof. Sukdev Nayak, Organizing Chairperson, IAPCON 2014, Department of Palliative Medicine, AHRegional Cancer Centre, Cuttack- 753007, Odisha. Email: email@example.com
Address: Conference Secretariat
Department of Anaesthesia, Pain Relief and Palliative Care
AH Regional Cancer Centre, Cuttack, Odisha- 753007
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Phone: Dr. Rekha Das, Organising Secretary: +91 943 7016520
Dr. Sumita Mohanty, Organising Secretary: +91 671 2305780
The organising committee of the IAPCON 2015 has announced the schedule of the 22nd International conference of Indian Association of Palliative Care. The conference will be held in Hyderabad from 13 to 15 February 2015.
Hyderabad , ‘the city of Pearls’ is the fifth largest metropolis in India, well known for its rich history,food and Multi-lingual culture both geographically and culturally. Enigmatic, vibrant and alluring, the city has a mystic old world charm with its historic monuments, mosques, minarets and museums. Hyderabad is famous for its globally acclaimed exquisite cuisine. The city has spread its wings by entering the new world with IT and IT Enabled Services (ITES), pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology industries, Research Facilities and entertainment industry
We, on behalf of the Organizing Committee would like to extend you, our heartiest welcome to participate in the conference in the city of Hyderabad.
Details of the program will be announced shortly.
The Conference Secretariat:
Room No 34, Department of Palliative care,
MNJ Institute of Oncology and RCC
Red Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India-500004
Phone: 91 40 23397000, 91 9177238901
The 3rd edition of the IAHPC Manual of Palliative Care is offered for free to the global palliative care community. It is now available online to download.
The IAHPC offers this Manual in the hope that doctors and nurses world-wide will find the information in it helpful, will feel free to download whatever parts of it they want, and will make its existence known to colleagues, who wish to improve their skills, so as to offer better care to terminally ill patients.