A UK based consortium focusing upon the development of palliative care in hospital, hospice and home-based settings in developing countries and resource-limited situations.

Latest PCW news – 30/08/2022

African Palliative Care Association Conference

PCW is delighted to report its participation in the African Palliative Care Association’s recent hybrid Conference, ‘Palliative Care in a Pandemic’, held on August 25-26th and live streamed from Kampala, Uganda.

A pre-recorded 10-minute oral presentation “Lights, Camera, Action - Innovation in the time of COVID-19,” about our new series of films, was aired on Day One, followed, on Day Two, by an hour-long demonstration workshop on the use of these videos/ films in palliative care education. This was led by Tanzanian colleague, Elvis Miti in Kampala and co-hosted from U.K. by PCW Trustee, Charles Campion Smith.

Full details of, and access to, all the conference presentations will be available in due course on the APCA website www.africapalliativecare.org.

For further details about the actual PCW presentations, please contact PCW secretary, Stephen Chowns

PCW’s Autumn Conference 2022

Where next? Rethinking global Palliative Care Education.
Mastering virtual learning.

Saturday 8th October, on-line via Zoom

View the conference programme and register

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Lights, camera, action

Palliative Care Works launches five educational films. Intended to help trainers around the world explain the key issues of palliative care, they come with scripts and teaching notes and are FREE.

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