The emphasis of this course is to ensure that the participants should be able to acquire basic skills to provide palliative care to patients with incurable illness and their family caregivers.
1.Understand the concept of Palliative care.
2.Apply the basic principles of chronic pain management.
3.Demonstrate good communication skills with the patient and the family.
4.Discuss death and dying well.
Dr. Suresh Kumar
Dr. Anil Kumar Paleri
Gokul Chandu Gumallapu
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About The Resource Persons:
Dr. Suresh Kumar, M.B.B.S., Dip. Anesthesiology, Dip. Pall. Medicine, MA ( Sociology),
Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Community Participation in Palliative Care and Long Term Care,
Technical Advisor, Institute of Palliative Medicine, Medical College, Calicut,
Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Bradford, United Kingdom
Director, Sanjeevan Palliative Care Project, Pondicherry.
Ashoka Fellow, Ashoka, Innovators for Public, the Global Network of Social Entrepreneurs.
Dr. Anil Kumar Paleri, M.B.B.S., DA, Dip. Pall.Med; M.Sc. Pall.Med.,
Consultant, Palliative Medicine,
Project Coordinator, NHM Palliative Care Project, Kerala.
Scientific reviewer, Indian Journal of Palliative Care
Former Director, Institute of Palliative Medicine, Kozhikode & WHO-CC for Community Participation in Long-Term Care & Palliative Care
Hon Secretary, Indian Association of Palliative Care (2008-2014)
Founding Trustee, World Hospice & Palliative Care Alliance
Dr Suguna E, M.B.B.S., M.D., FAIMER Fellow 2016 (PSG-FRI)
Department of Community Medicine
Co-ordinator, Pain and Palliative care Program
Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College and Hospital, Pondicherry
Honorary Consultant for World Health Organization Collaborating Center (WHOCC) for Community Participation in Palliative Care and Long Term Care