LAST CALL | 4th Leadership Award

Do you run an excellent leadership programme that recognises excellence & promotes leadership as an integral part of palliativecare? In that case we are looking forward to your application for our 4th Award for Palliative Care Leadership Programmes! For further information, please check our full announcement.

European Palliative Care Academy 2019-21: 1st Course Week started in Cologne

We were very happy to welcome the Palliative Care experts of the fourth cohort of EUPCA at the University Hospital Cologne/Germany on Monday 23th September. We started the new generation of EUPCA with experts come from 13 European countries and for the first time from three Non-European countries: Bangladesh, Iran and New-Zealand. These experts from seven different professions are being trained in leadership skills during the next 1.5 years.

Aim of this unique further education course is to prepare specialists in palliative care for prospective leadership tasks in their professional lives. The European Palliative Care Academy focuses on Personal Development, Project Management, Teamwork, Research Methods and Advocacy and supports participants to successfully implement their personal project in their region or institution.

During the first course week in Cologne all modules where introduced and the participants achieved skills primary in Project Management, tutored by Prof. Dr Raymond Voltz and Dr Christiane Kuch from Germany and in Personal Development, tutored by Prof. Dr Daniela Mosoiu and Malina Dumitrescu from Romania .

The group turned out to be a great mix from different countries, professions and backgrounds which made lively group sessions and interesting discussions possible.

We look back on a successful week and would like to thank all participants, lecturers and others involved!


 

EUPCA student chosen as moderator of an international conference on palliative care

On September 23 – 24, 2019, Adriana Caruntu attended the 2nd International Conference on Palliative Care in Prague, Czech Republic where she presented to palliative care specialists from USA, Canada, UK, Malta, Turkey, Slovenia, Italy , Finland, Saudi Arabia, Croatia, Georgia, Pakistan, Brazil, Germany and China, the project that he developed at the European Academy of Palliative Care entitled “Curriculum of psychological counseling in palliative care”.
Adriana set out the research methods used internationally in this project, the importance of the academy teachers, the exchange of experience in other countries, the curricula models from other countries and the impact of the project at national level, in Romania.
In addition to the work presented, Adriana Caruntu participated for the first time as moderator of an international conference on palliative care. It was an honor to participate as moderator in Prague.
She said: “Thank you to the teachers of the European Academy of Palliative Care who contributed to my training and who supported me.
You stayed in my heart.”