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12th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care

30 May - 2 June 2013, Prague 4, CZECH REPUBLIC

Anticipated attendance: 3000 delegates Delegate profile: Palliative care specialists Conference code: EAPC13 Meeting website:www.eapc-2013.org
Exhibition address: Prague Congress Centre
5. kvetna 65
140 21

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Exhibition overview

The European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) brings together many voices to forge a vision of excellence in palliative care that meets the needs of patients and their families. The EAPC congress has become a popular and renowned forum for palliative care professionals from all around the world. It attracts a wide range of professionals and the programme is designed to meet the multi-faceted needs of the audience.The 13th EAPC Congress will take place in Prague in May 2013. The theme will be "The Right Way Forward." The major thematic thread in the scientific program will relate to access to palliative care as a human right. The programme will discuss the gaps where this human right is not yet available, but also will discuss different models and ways to make palliative care available and accessible for everybody who needs it. Discussion will touch ethical, legal, economical, medical, and social challenges which all need to be addressed. Topics such as new developments in symptom control and service provision will be covered.

Exhibition details

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Topics will include:
  • Symptom Control: new ways to manage pain and symptoms
  • Patient care and family care: How to do it right
  • Ethics: The dilemma of right and wrong in Palliative Care
  • Long term care: finding the right way
  • Dementia: future directions for palliative care
  • Palliative Care in children and adolescents
  • Palliative Care in Europe: the way forward
  • Research and Education: Joint forces for international standards and norms
  • Human Rights: making palliative care accessible for all who need it
  • Bereavement: The difficulty to look forward
  • The Competent Patient: The right to be informed and to decide
  • Public Health and Primary Care: paving the way for palliative care
  • Working together: Leadership and teamwork to bring multi-professional teams forward
  • Gender issues: Different ways?

Deadline details

  • Entry into Wisepress Congress Price List: May 2, 2013
  • Receipt of display material: May 2, 2013

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