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New PALCHASE Survey on palliative care in humanitarian contexts – interested in joining a community of practice?

Author: Dr Mila Petrova
14 June 2017

PALCHASE has published a survey for those committed to moving the field of palliative care in emergencies and humanitarian aid situations forwards.

Do you think that the ethical call for providing palliative care does not apply to natural disasters, armed conflicts and other humanitarian emergencies? Or that it’s weaker? Palliative care is practically absent from the current humanitarian response.  

If this is an issue which interests you and you would like to join a community of like-minded individuals aiming to change this state of affairs, please consider completing the survey below.

The Palliative Care in Humanitarian Aid Situations and Emergencies (PALCHASE) Steering Group is looking for your views in order to develop the objectives and activities of the organisation and is inviting you to join its working groups and mail list.

Background
In December 2016, PALCHASE brought together the groups of PCHAS (Palliative care in humanitarian aid settings) and PALCHE (Palliative care in complex humanitarian emergencies). It is generously hosted by the International Association for Hospice & Palliative Care.

Survey
The survey takes between 7-8 and 20-25 minutes, depending on your breadth of experience and the level of detail you choose to provide. To complete the survey, please click on the link below: 

https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe3/form/SV_3ZWf9XN5dgkTwYR

Click here to learn more about PALCHASE or follow them on Facebook

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