Interprofessional palliative care curriculum: yes or no?

The WHO Regional Office in Europe and Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg have agreed to strengthen education and training in palliative care throughout the region. During the first term as WHO Collaborating Centre (2016-2020), semi-structured field interviews with national leaders in palliative care in Central Asia, Eastern Europe and South Eastern Europe were conducted between April and September 2018 to explore the structures of postgraduate palliative care education at country level and the need for further development.

"You've Got the Power"

Power represents an essential distinction between cultural competence and cultural safety. Healthcare providers should reflect on interpersonal power differences and acknowledge the power differences between nurses and patients.

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…

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New Leadership

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Manela Glarcher, MSc, BSc is the new Deputy Director WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Research and Education at the Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg.

The 18th World Congress of the EAPC 2023, Rotterdam, the Netherlands May 15-17, 2023

Abstract Submission, Deadline for submission: 31 October 2022

 

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.