Experiences of Teaching Palliative Care

Teachers play a crucial role in PC education. Teachers are expected to organise learning, know the subject area and state of the art, be willing to learn, lead by example, and embody and practise the principles of palliative care. Equipping teachers with evidence-based curricula, clearly defined teaching objectives, method cases and performance assessment strategies should facilitate palliative care education in medical schools.

News

A new WHO Palliative Care Collaborating Centre designated

Congratulations to Atlantes Palliative care Team on being designated WHO collaborating centre with a special focus on the global monitoring of palliative care development.

Guidelines on the management of chronic pain in children

The World Health Organization (WHO) provides evidence-informed recommendations for the management of chronic pain in children.

Quality health services and palliative care

Practical approaches and resources to support policy, strategy and practice from WHO.

UHC Compendium

The UHC Compendium informs investments towards achieving the SDGs. This document contains essential information on integrated palliative care.

Resources relevant to Palliative Care and COVID-19

The International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) has compiled this list of resources relevant to palliative care and COVID-19 published by academia, civil society organizations, member states and special agencies of the United Nations, with links to all of the websites and documents listed.