Newsletter – November 2015

One of our strategic object asa the national palliative care association is to be the central hub for data and information on palliative care service provision in Uganda by collecting, storing and regularly disseminating evidence based information to improve services. Newsletter November 2015

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6th Biennial National Palliative Care Conference

The 6th National Palliative Care Conference in Uganda was held in August 2015 on the 27th and 28th at Imperial Royal hotel. The conference was attended by a total of 421 delegates. The conference program was executed with no incident. The delegates were requested to fill in evaluation forms at the end of the conference […]

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WHO Publishes Palliative Care Factsheet

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a factsheet on Palliative Care. The factsheet defines palliative care as: “an approach that improves the quality of life of patients (adults and children) and their families who are facing problems associated with life-threatening illness. It prevents and relieves suffering through the early identification, correct assessment and treatment […]

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Palliative Care Nurse Leadership Programme

The Uganda Palliative Care Nurse leadership programme is an exciting new programme and aims to develop nurse leaders within palliative care in Uganda. Nurses in Uganda have an important role to play in the provision of palliative care, thus by developing nurse leaders it is hoped that we will be able to support the ongoing […]

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Newsletter – May 2015

A person with special needs is entitled to full and equal rights, equal protection, equal respect, equal dignity, and equal comfort care afforded to anyone else. A process has begun that will only pick up momentum in the months ahead as closer working relationships develop. Click here to download Newsletter

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PCAU Brochure – May 2015

PCAU’s mission is to promote and support affordable and culturally appropriate palliative care throughout Uganda and its main goal is to increase access to culturally appropriate palliative through strengthening health care systems in Uganda in collaboration with partners. Click to download brochure

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Contact PCAU


Palliative Care Association of Uganda
Physical Address:
Block 383, Plot 8804, Kitende – Entebbe Road
Tel: +256 414 692350 /
+256 392 080713
Email: conference@pcau.org.ug
or
pcau.admin@pcau.org.ug

Membership

Membership in the association is open to any health professional or any other related professions and interested individuals in palliative care, including community volunteers and caregivers. Read More

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