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Palliative Care Association of Uganda is working to strengthen its position as 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.

This is released biannually with a mixture of research articles, case studies, personal experiences and book reviews.

mHealth (Mobile Health) is the use of mobile technologies to achieve health outcomes.
PCAU and their partners determined that a surveillance system was needed to collect the necessary information regarding palliative care on a consistent basis. The system needed to collect data on basic palliative care services across the country, such as location, number of providers, number of patients served, types of patients, and services offered, in order to adequately inform decision makers. The system needed to be easy for providers to use, cost-effective, and permit quick data retrieval.

Various Information, Communication and Education Materials are developed. The IEC materials are focused on information about Palliative Care and on the right to Palliative Care. These are disseminated to Palliative Care Organizations, health workers, Media, policy makers, and the public. IEC materials distributed include; PCAU Brochures, PCAU News Letters, PCAU Annual journal, Community Brochure on Palliative Care, PCAU Annual Report, posters and PCAU calendars.

The aim of the biennial conferences is to bring together practitioners to share experiences and learn from each other.

PCAU is working towards articulating and publishing its research agenda.

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