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Thalolam 2017: Patient get-together on World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

G Venugopal interacting with the audience Pallium India celebrated World Palliative Care Day with a get-together of patients and families at Government Youth Hostel, Trivandrum. Famous playback singer G Venugopal inaugurated the function and mesmerised the audience with his songs. The event, titled “Thalolam 2017” was a full-day program and was attended by people who… Read More

An important development on the eve of World Palliative Care Day

Sumitha T.S., Pallium India’s Project Executive, writes: One of South India’s leading deemed universities, Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (SBV), Puducherry, has started the process of incorporating palliative care into its undergraduate medical curriculum. We are certain that this would encourage all such institutions to bring in changes that allow professionals to work with more humaneness. Pallium… Read More

Rajam S Nair Endowment Prize Essay Competition

Pallium India announces Rajam S. Nair endowment prize essay competition open to undergraduate and postgraduate students in India. The theme for write-up is the same as that of World Palliative Care Day 2017: “Palliative care and Universal Health Coverage: Do not leave those suffering behind”. Word Limit: 2000 Language: English Please download this file for… Read More

Did you hear our huge sigh of relief?

A few days ago, we posted a blog about Government Opium and Alkaloid Works stopping the manufacture of morphine in their two factories, Ghazipur and Neemuch: Looming crisis in India: opioid access is challenged! Now we hear that production of opium has restarted in Ghazipur factory (but not in Neemuch). The crisis seems to have… Read More

‘Sahayatra’: Palliative Care Awareness Ride

Pallium India, IAPC (Kerala), CET Cycle Club (CCC) and Indus Cycling Embassy, Trivandrum jointly organized a palliative care awareness bicycle ride from Mannarkad, Palakkad to Kovalam, Trivandrum. The event was flagged off on September 29th and concluded at Udaya Samudra, Kovalam at 5p.m. on October 2nd. The bicycle riders were welcomed warmly at each location… Read More

October 2017

Looming crisis in India: opioid access is challenged! We hear with a sense of shock that manufacturing of morphine in the Government Opium and Alkaloid Works – currently the only possible source of raw morphine powder in the country – has stopped in the only two factories in Neemuch and Ghazipur. We hear that the… Read More

Sahayatra Palliative Care Awareness Ride

Pallium India, IAPC (Kerala), CET Cycle Club (CCC) and Indus Cycling Embassy, Trivandrum have jointly organized a palliative care awareness bicycle ride from Mannarkad, Palakkad to Kovalam, Trivandrum. The event was flagged off on September 29th and will terminate at Udaya Samudra, Kovalam at 5p.m. on October 2nd. The bicycle riders are being welcomed warmly… Read More

Rajam S Nair Endowment

Dr Ajith Nair and his wife Jaya Nair have instituted “Rajam S Nair Endowment” in the sacred memory of their loving mother, the late Rajam S Nair. Rajam Nair was born in Haripad, Kerala in 1947. She died of Leukemia on 01 September 2014. She was an exceptional person with such love and sympathy for… Read More

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