How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation has helped contribute towards funding a palliative care worker to attend the clinical observership. Thank you.
Your donation has helped to lessen the financial burden on a palliative care worker who wishes to attend the clinical observership. Thank you.
Your donation has helped a palliative worker fund half the expenses required for the clinical observership. Thank you.
Your donation has helped a palliative care worker attend the clinical observership programme for FREE. Thank you.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Currently, one of the active programmes is our Clinical Observership.
The 5-full day programme consists of 2 days of classroom teachings and case discussions by local faculty, and 3 days of clinical attachments to the hospital service, inpatient hospice, day care and home care service. During the observership, participants will shadow palliative care teams to learn what a hospice palliative care service is through experiential learning and immersion with patients and the palliative care team in the clinical setting. At the same time, participants will have opportunities to interact with the doctors, nurses, social workers and other palliative care team members at separate visitations.
This is a great opportunity to experience, learn, and network with professionals from the palliative care field.
With your donation, you can help provide an opportunity for a palliative care worker to attend the observership for free or at a fraction of the cost.
We appeal to you to support our cause. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
The APHN Team
About the Charity
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is the regional umbrella body dedicated to promoting hospice and palliative care in Asia and the Pacific.
Our purpose is to empower and support organisations and individuals committed to alleviating suffering from life-threatening illness.
We promote education and skills development, enhance awareness and communication, and foster research and collaboration. We encourage established programmes to assist less experienced and more isolated colleagues.