Category Archives: PALLIATIVE CARE IN HUMANITARIAN CRISES

From Germany to Ukraine: A hospice bridge of solidarity.

The next in our series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Andreas Stähli, Head of the Academy at Johannes Hospice in Münster, Germany, about a bond of trust between two hospices. As I write … Continue reading

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Life in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.

The next in our series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Iryna Slugotska, Head of the Regional Clinical Palliative Care Centre in Ivano-Frankivsk, Western Ukraine. My name is Iryna Slugotska. I graduated from the … Continue reading

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I live in Berlin.

The second of the EAPC blog series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Claudia Sütfeld, Journalist and #EAPC2023 Congress Co-ordinator. I live in Berlin, less than 900 km from the Ukrainian border. The war … Continue reading

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Life in Lviv, Ukraine.

The first of the EAPC blog series on the impact of the war in Ukraine is a post from Kristina Keleman, from Sheptytsky Hospital, Lviv, Ukraine. Julie Ling, EAPC Chief Executive Officer, writes: ‘In November 2019, I was invited to … Continue reading

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EAPC Statement on the Ukraine Crisis

We are grateful for the support and offers of help for our palliative care colleagues and friends in Ukraine. After discussion by members of the global palliative care community, we recognise that the most urgent need is currently for supplies … Continue reading

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