Translating International Recommendations into Undergraduate Palliative Care Curriculum

The aim of this ERASMUS+ collaboration is to develop a standardized undergraduate palliative care curriculum, diversify teaching and assessment methods, and train the trainers. The first consortium meeting took place in Brasov, Romania from the 23rd till 24th of January, 2018. The 2nd consortium meeting of EDUPALL Project will take place between the11th and 13th of June 2018, in Aachen, Germany. During this meeting the commented and revised curriculum will be presented. The steering committee will agree on...

EAPC Educational Survey

The World Health Organization (WHO) has made a strong commitment to supporting and developing palliative care structures as an important component of integrated treatment for young and old throughout the life course (World Health Organization, 2014). To ensure optimal responses to palliative care needs, educating healthcare professionals and volunteers is of major importance (Elsner et al, 2016). There is some evidence that a lack of knowledge regarding palliative care among the healthcare workers limits...