Get your abstracts in now for this year’s PCNA Conference in Brisbane,
Fostering Excellence in Palliative Care.
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Great news for all of you secretly hoping for a reason to visit the UK next May – Abstracts submissions for the 4th International Public Health & Palliative Care Conference, Bristol May 11th-16th 2015, have been extended to December 7th.
This conference builds on the momentum from previous international public health and palliative care conferences – in Kerala, India (2009); Dhaka, Bangladesh (2011); and Limerick, Ireland (2013).
The conference theme Community Resilience in Practice promises to attract a diverse array of presenters to share the valuable work that is happening in the international space of Public Health and Palliative Care.
So, what are you waiting for? Hey, I’m even considering a second submission!
You can access the full call for abstracts here
OR, if you would like to get a bit more of an idea about what a public health approach to palliative care entails, check out Bill’s Story on YouTube
Palliative Medicine have put out a call for papers for a special edition focussing on integrated care for people with palliative care needs.
“This proposal for a special edition of Palliative Medicine aims to address the increasingly important topic of integrated care in the context of palliative and end-of-life care service delivery. Integrated care can be defined as ‘an approach that seeks to improve the quality of care for individual patients, service users and carers by ensuring that services are well coordinated around their needs’.”
The deadline is 30 March 2015.
Thanks to @jfclearywisc for posting on Twitter.
Further details from : http://pmj.sagepub.com/content/28/9/1078.full