For the first time ever, the nations of the world unite to celebrate the benefits that nursing and midwifery bring to the health of the global population. To mark this world first, the European Association for Palliative Care together with the WHO...
“I do not give up easily – that is a useful quality to have in academic research, as the path can be rocky and strewn with setbacks,” says PhD student and nurse researcher Katharina Lex from the Institute of Nursing Science and Practice at the Paracelsus...
The World Health Organisation has redesignated the Institute for Nursing Science and Practice at the Paracelsus Medical Private University as WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Science and Education.
Conference on Meaningful Relations in Aging and Dying was held on the 28-30 August 2019 in Helsinki, Finland covering various aspects of aging and dying, specifically focusing on meaningful relations during these phases of life. This...
NURSES: Looking to find out more about #painmanagement?
Sign up for the EFIC Virtual Pain Education Summit in 6-8 November! Find out more about the preliminary nursing educational sessions.
We can’t just stand by: Palliative care education and training needs in the Community of Independent States (CIS), and in Georgia, Ukraine and the Baltic Countries
PACED is a non-profit organisation committed to promote educational initiatives that ultimately result in the provision of compassionate assistance to those at the end of life’s journey.
73rd World Health Assembly Adopts “National COVID Response” Including Palliative Care
Train, equip, and support health care workers to deliver basic palliative care in all settings, including refugee camps, nursing homes, prisons, at home, and in hospitals.
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.
WHO Midwifery Assessment Tool for Education (MATE)
The WHO Midwifery Assessment Tool for Education (MATE), developed by the Cardiff University WHO Collaborating Centre for Midwifery Development with European partners, was published on the WHO EURO website on the International Day of the Midwife, May 5th.