Undergraduate Medical Education in Palliative Care – the EDUPALL Experience

EDUPALL together with EAPC, AHIIPC & PMU WHOCC and other partners, is offering a series of free online-lectures with leading palliative care clinicians and teachers.

We are delighted to present a series of free online-lectures based on The EDUPALL Erasmus project.  A group of international experts from Romania, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Austria, UK and Spain had originally produced a ‘blended’ (combining  online educational materials with traditional place-based classroom methods) palliative care curriculum for medical students. The curriculum was based on the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) recommendations and we had prepared all of the accompanying materials needed to deliver this novel programme.

Visit theEDUPALL  websitefor more information including curriculum, online course and trainers’ toolkit. 

Tuesday 21 July at 5 pm CET  – Lecture I – To register click here.
Curriculum building and mentoring in undergraduate palliative care education

Moderator: Dr Julie Ling, CEO EAPC

  • ‘The EDUPALL curriculum development – process and content’
    Daniela Mosoiu, Associate Professor, Transilvania University, Romania.

  • ‘Developing a mentoring programme in palliative care in undergraduate education’
    Stephen Mason, PhDPGC HE BA (Hons) The University of Liverpool, UK:


Wednesday 22 July at 5pm CET – Lecture II – To register click here
Novel teaching methods for palliative care education
Moderator: Frank Elsner, Professor, Universitätsklinikum Aachen, Germany

  • ‘Pivoting to Virtual Learning in Canada’
    José Pereira, Professor and Director, Division of Palliative Care, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.

  • ‘Visual art in teaching’
    Antonio Noguera, Assistant Professor, Atlantes Research Program, Institute for Culture and Society of the University of Navarra, Spain.

  • Patients as Teachers’
    Frank Elsner, Professor, Universitätsklinikum Aachen, Germany.

  •  ‘Palliative Care in stage: Neural pain pathways by drama’
    Dr MhoiraLeng, Cairdeas International Palliative Care Trust; Makerere University, Uganda.

  • ‘Bus rounds – Patients at home’
    Dr. med. Dipl. Soz. Tania Pastrana, Universitätsklinikum Aachen, Germany.


Thursday 23 July at 5pm CET – Lecture III – To register click here
Performance assessment in palliative care education
Moderator: Dr Cathy Payne, AIIHPC (All-Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care), Ireland.

  • ‘How to measure performance in education’
    Dr PiretPaal, WHO Collaborating Centre, Institute of Nursing Science and Practice, Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg, Austria.

  • ‘Students’ feedback and perception regarding their experience during completing palliative care module’
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vlad Poroch, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi, Romania.

For any questions regarding EDUPALL events, please email us here. All online lectures last one hour and are in English.