Other Upcoming Events

Hurry and register before 6th October, 2022, to participate in the ‘Global Research and Future Innovations in Best Care for the Dying Person’ Conference, 13th October 2022

Participate in the ‘Global Research and Future Innovations in Best Care for the Dying Person’, a hybrid conference scheduled to be held on Thursday, 13th October, 2022 at Liverpool, UK.

The one day conference is hosted by the University of Liverpool in collaboration with the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person and endorsed by the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain & Ireland. 

Professor John Ellershaw, Chair of the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person,s shares, “The programme for the event aims to provide an overview of innovative developments relating to end of life care, and offers an opportunity to share research, education ideas and best practice at both national and international levels”. The conference organisers go on to share that the international conference will include a series of presentations and workshops from world leading clinicians and researchers to provide an international perspective on research and innovation in care for the dying.

Please click here for further information about the conference and please click here to register for the same before Thursday, 6th October, 2022.

Login for a special live webinar with Dr Rosalie Shaw on 11th October, 2022, between 12 p.m. and 1:45 p.m.

Don’t miss the opportunity to login to a special webinar at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, 11th October, 2022, to listen to Dr Rosali Shaw herself talk about her extensive experiences over the last few decades.

The free webinar is hosted by the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network.

The rich webinar will include Dr Shaw’s impressions on how palliative care has and is developing in the region and how we can better develop our clinical and leadership skills in this field. Dr Ghauri Aggarwal will chair the session and pose questions to Dr Shaw in the first 45 minutes, followed by a 30 minute live Question and Answer session with the webinar participants.

Click here to register for the live webinar.

Submit abstracts before 15th October, 2022, and grab the last chance to participate in the EAPC Congress, 2023

The conference organisers of the 18th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) has announced the last call to submit abstracts and participate the in-person conference scheduled to take place at Rotterdam, the Netherlands, between Thursday, 15th June, 2023, and Saturday, 17th June, 2023. 

The 18th World Congress of the EAPC is themed ‘Equity and Diversity in Palliative Care’, and intends to garner attention to the utmost need and goal of creating equity of fair access, opportunity, and advancement in palliative care for all people in need of this care.

The conference organisers share that the deadline for submitting abstracts is intentionally kept early as the scientific committee intends to build a considerable part of the conference programme on the basis of the abstracts submitted.

So hurry and submit your abstracts before Saturday, 15th October, 2022. Click here to submit your abstract and click here to visit the conference website for further details.

Submit abstracts before 1st November, 2022, to participate in the ‘South African Palliative Care Conference’, 26th to 29th April, 2023

Abstract submissions are now open for the in-person 2023 South African Palliative Care Conference scheduled to be held between Wednesday, 26th April, 2023, and Saturday 29th April, 2023, at Cape Town.

The conference is organised jointly by South Africa’s three leading palliative care organisations, the Association of Palliative Care Practitioners of South Africa (PALPRAC), the Palliative Care for Children South Africa (PatchSA) and the Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA).

The conference is themed, ‘Palliative Care is Everyone’s Business’ in relation to the lack of preparedness of several healthcare providers to offer appropriate and timely end-of-life care to patients and families. The overriding focus of the workshops, plenary and parallel presentations at the conference will therefore focus on the imperative for palliative care of the future to be inclusive, relevant, and sustainable.

The conference organisers share that the conference will provide delegates with immense opportunities to network, exchange ideas and research and facilitate professional advancement.

Don’t forget to submit abstracts before Tuesday, 1st November, 2022. Please click here to read further details about the conference.