Global Palliative Care Series webinar: How People with Pre-Existing Conditions are Affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Global Palliative Care Series webinar: How People with Pre-Existing Conditions are Affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic

We invite you to join this week's Global Palliative Care Series webinar: How People with Pre-Existing Palliative Care Needs are Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

This Thursday, 28 May 12noon UTC/GMT

  • 8am New York

  • 1pm London

  • 3pm Kampala

  • 17:30 New Delhi

  • 8pm Singapore.

To check your local time for the webinar, click here: https://bit.ly/2wOln1U.

Participants will be able to join the conversation using the chat function.

Distinguished panellists will include: 

Moderator:

  • Dr Helena Davies, UK: Lived experience of palliative care; Trustee, WHPCA; Chair Nurturenature healing garden charity; retired consultant paediatrician.

Speakers:

  • Lucy Watts, MBE, UK: Patient advocate, disability activist and lived experienced leader.

  • Harmala Gupta, India: Founder-President, CanSupport. Harmala Gupta is a cancer survivor who founded CanSupport, in 1996 in New Delhi, India. 

  • Sarah Gibson, Ireland: Sarah Gibson, mother and primary palliative carer of Martin Gibson (aged 9 years).

Respondent:    

  • Kate Swaffer, Australia: Chair & CEO, Dementia Alliance International, and advocate with lived experience.

To keep the webinar secure, registration is required. You can register here: https://bit.ly/3edLJdM

Spaces on the webinar are limited, but the recording and slides will be available after the session at: http://www.thewhpca.org/covid-19/webinars

Detailed briefing notes will be available to complement the presentations: https://bit.ly/3cqQCPE.

The webinar is organised by: WHPCA, ICPCN, IAHPC and PALCHASE.

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