One of the aims of palliative care is to provide support to patients experiencing death anxiety and stress of cumulative loss, thereby creating a more healing environment for patients and their caregivers while at the same time being aware of the process of grief and own self-awareness issues.
This two-day intense workshop concludes our final series of palliative care workshops for 2020. The workshop is designed to facilitate the process of adaptation to loss and aims to greatly relieve suffering within the critical care setting by focusing on end-of-life needs.
- Associate Professor Amy Chow
Department of Social Work & Social Administration
The University of Hong Kong
- Gilbert Fan
Department of Psychosocial Oncology
Co-chair, Patient Support
National Cancer Centre Singapore
Hospis Malaysia Auditorium (Level 1) – 2 Jalan 4/96, Off Jalan Sekuci 56100 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur
|Registration Fees||Normal||International||APHN Members|
|Doctors||RM300||USD100||RM230 / USD75|
|Nurses / Allied Healthcare,Professional||RM250||USD80||RM180/USD60|
Method of Payment:
- Cheque/postal order/money order/government local order payable to “Hospis Malaysia”.
- Direct remittance to “Hospis Malaysia” to Maybank Account No: 5141 3212 1211, Cheras Branch, Taman Midah. Kindly email the bank slip to firstname.lastname@example.org for our tracking purpose.
- Overseas Telegraphic Transfer(TT) to “Hospis Malaysia” (Maybank Account No: 5141 3212 1211, Cheras Branch, Taman Midah). Swift Code: MBBEMYKL
*Date is subject to change*
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