Last Call to Register for the African Palliative Care Conference 2022

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Have you registered or made plans to attend the conference? The 7th International African Palliative Care Conference will be held on 24 – 26 August 2022 co-hosted by the African Palliative Care Association (APCA) and the Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA), and co-sponsored by the IAHPC, ICPCN, Global Partners in Care and PallCHASE. There will also be pre-conference workshops from 22 – 23 August.

The conference will be a hybrid (physical and virtual) event. The virtual activities will be run on a very agile online platform that will be accessible to all registered delegates while the physical sessions will happen in Kampala, Uganda. The conference theme, Palliative Care in a Pandemic, reflects both the current reality of palliative care provision on the continent, the experiences of patients and providers over the last 2 years and the projected risks of emerging infectious diseases in Africa in the future. This demands a great deal of preparedness and creativity to ensure that whatever happens, systems and services exist for all patients, young and old, male and female, rural and urban and their families continue to get palliative and comprehensive chronic care services for both communicable and non-communicable diseases.

APCA conferences are renowned for being a very effective platform to share research findings, best practices, and the experiences of interdisciplinary teams of health workers, patients and their families and communities as well as a ground to anticipate emerging problems and design actions that ensure preparedness leading to uninterrupted palliative and comprehensive chronic care service provision.

This conference will also highlight the resourcefulness that we will all need to draw on now and in the future to ensure uninterrupted access to palliative care in Africa and the world beyond. The conference will have international speakers including Dr. Stephen Connor, Executive Director WHPCA, and also speakers from the African Continent. This is a great opportunity to interact with key policy makers, network and exchange ideas and strategies on how we can have improved quality palliative care for all who need it.

Please find the conference speakers, programmes, workshops, conference fees and so much more by logging on to the conference website here

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