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Kulasekharam

The hands that serve are better
than the lips that pray.
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Making Trivandrum Wheelchair-friendly

Making Trivandrum a wheelchair-friendly city is a dream that many of us have cherished for a long time. Today, most wheelchair-bound people are confined to their homes and are highly dependent on others, because going outdoors to get something done by themselves is not easy. Our public transport system does not cater to the needs… Read More

Vacancy: Assistant Professor & Senior Resident, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCRI) invites applications for the posts of Assistant Professor and Senior Resident in Palliative Medicine. Last date for application: 20 July 2015 Assistant Professor of Palliative Medicine (1 post) Qualification: M.D. in Palliative Medicine or M.D. / M.S. in one of the following subjects, with two years special training or… Read More

Vacancy for Doctor at Jodhpur

Sampurnananda Medical College Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Jodhpur, invites application from doctors: Qualifications: MBBS/MD/MS; RMC registered. Age: not more than 60 years. Salary: INR 40,000/ pm (minus TDS). Please Note: Contractual posts for one year – can be extended for two more years (total 3 years). Preference will be given to candidates with the following: Experience… Read More

Bringing out the big guns.

(We’re continuing the blog series on Pallium India’s weekly children’s clinic at SAT Government Hospital, Trivandrum. Smriti Rana, Consulting Psychologist and Programme Director for Children’s Palliative Care Project, writes about her experiences. Click here to read Part 1: A Tryst with Thursday, Part 2: How much goodness can one day hold? and Part 3: Angels with us unawares )… Read More

Angels with us unawares

This is an additional story  from the children’s palliative care clinic in Trivandrum where Pallium India joins S.A.T hospital to provide care.  (Read Part 1: A Tryst with Thursday and Part 2: How much goodness can one day hold? of this series.) This experience from the Thursday gone by demonstrates not only how having a chronically ill… Read More

Rani is gone

Rani (name changed), whose story we had shared with you on 28 June, died peacefully on the morning of Saturday, July 4. She had only five days to live after she reached Chennai. But she died free of pain and free of the ants that were biting her infected leg. She also satisfied many of… Read More

How much goodness can one day hold?

(This is the second part in the blog series on Pallium India’s weekly children’s clinic at SAT Government Hospital, Trivandrum. Smriti Rana, Consulting Psychologist and Programme Director for Children’s Palliative Care Project, writes about her experiences. Click here to read the first part.) How much goodness can one day hold? A lot, believe me. This Thursday… Read More

July 2015

Dear Friends, A recent post from International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) says, there are 21 million children living with life-limiting diseases in this world. Well, a few days ago, we heard about one of them. The news came from Ms Hanife MacGamwell of CanKids, New Delhi. She forwarded a request from Dr S. Sathiya Babu… Read More

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