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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 further details on the competition and the prizes.

Send your write-up as PDF to the email id: writeup@palliumindia.org

  • Deadline for submission: 5 November 2017
  • Notification of prizes: 15 December 2017
  • Prize distribution: 23 February 2018  at 25th Annual Conference of Indian Association of Palliative Care, Jawaharlal Nehru Auditorium, AIIMS, New Delhi

 

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, to improve awareness about the need for palliative care in India.

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 her fellow human beings that she always left pleasant memories everywhere she went.

“Death does not scare me,” she used to say. “Pain does. I prefer death to pain.”

 

Source: Pallium Kulasekharam

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