APHN Webinar #11

Hello everyone!

The APHN will be hosting it's second webinar of the 2019 APHN Webinar series on 11th March 2019. We have partners all over the region who will be screening this webinar at the respective venues for you to attend! Get this chance to network with other APHN members and friends!

We are honoured to have Dr Noreen Chan speaking on the topic of "Palliative Care Assessment".

Dr Noreen Chan is the Senior Consultant and Head of the Division of Palliative Care at National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS). She heads the multi-disciplinary Palliative Service of the National University Hospital, which provides a consultative “shared-care” service to patients regardless of age, diagnosis or discipline (including Paediatrics).

Her other appointments include Chair of the Chapter of Palliative Medicine Physicians; Chair of the Palliative Medicine Subspecialty Training Committee; ACP (Advance Care Planning) Lead, National University Hospital. Her interests include the interface between Palliative care and Oncology; clinical decision making and ethical issues at the end of life; Spirituality in healthcare; and Palliative care education at all levels.

We believe that you will be able to get the latest updates and enjoy the meaningful discussions during this webinar session.

Join us! This webinar is FREE for all palliative care colleagues, so SIGN UP NOW at this link! Registration closes when slots have been filled up.

Note: For 2019, non-organisational members/non-Lien Collaborative affiliated countries (Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, India, Bhutan and China) will only be able to participate in two webinars. Hence, we encourage you to join our APHN membership. Membership fees start from USD $20. You may click on this link to apply: http://aphn.org/membership-2/application-for-organisational-membership/ 

We will like to thank all participating organisations for hosting this event and supporting this APHN initiative.

For more information or if your organisation will also like to participate, you may contact Joyce at aphn@aphn.org or call +65 6235 5166.