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SETH G.S.MEDICAL COLLEGE & KEM HOSPITAL
PAREL,MUMBAI 400 012.
Foundation Graduate Course in Humanitarian Care
PC002 –Two-day Seminar on the Essentials in Palliative Care-15-16 July 2016
Organized by Dr Manu V L Kothari Chair of Medical Humanities
Objective: To enable healthcare professionals to incorporate meaningful and competent care during as
well as beyond cure, and incorporate skills for managing different types of pain in their clinical practice.
Dr M R Rajagopal – Ex Prof and HOD of Dept. of Anaesthesiology, Calicut Medical College, Director of
WHO Collaborating Centre for Training and Policy on Access to Pain Relief, Kerala
Dr Sunil Pandya – Chairman, Dr.Manu V.L.Kothari Chair of Medical Humanities, KEM Hospital and G S
Medical College, Mumbai and Consultant Neurosurgeon, Jaslok Hospital
Dr Mary Ann Muckaden – Professor and HOD of Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial
Hospital, President of Indian Association of Palliative Care
Dr Nandini Vallath – Palliative Care Physician, Coordinator US for the academics of the Indo-American
Cancer Association, USA; and Consultant at WHO Collaborating Centre for Training and Policy on
Access to Pain Relief, Trivandrum Institute of Palliative Sciences, Kerala
Nursing Faculty - Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial Hospital
Dr Jayita Deodhar – Associate Professor, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial Hospital
Dr Naveen Salins – Associate Professor, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial Hospital,
Editor, Indian Journal of Palliative Care
Dr Seema Rao – Psychiatrist, Medical Officer, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial Hospital
Time Schedule- 15th July 2016
8.30 am onwards – Registration. All participants are requested to complete the
formalities and be seated by 8.40 am.
8.45 am – 09.15 am
Welcome – Dr Avinash Supe- Dean of KEMH, GSMC,
Orientation to the Seminar - Dr Lopa Mehta- Medical Humanities, KEMH, GSMC
Inauguration – Dr Kailash Sharma, Academic Director Tata Memorial Centre and
Member of MCI Board of Governors
Seminar on Essentials in Palliative Care
Introduction to Palliative Care
Chronic Pain through a patient example,
Tea Break at 10.30 am
Basic mechanisms of acute and chronic pain. Discussion on assessment
and types of pain:
How will you manage pain? Discussion on using Non-opioid analgesics
Continuity of care - Social Capital as healthcare resource
14.30 - 16.30 pm
Principles of communication: based on the patient example (with
demonstrative role play) Interactive session.
Tea Break at 15.30 pm
How will you handle the situation? Principles of communication (basics) using
one role play by faculty for demonstration of good and bad clinical
Q & A by the participants to the Panel
DAY 2 -16TH July 2016
8.40 -09.30 am
Discussions on focus areas
Opioids: Group work: Adverse effects and management. Elicit
misconceptions if any, and clarify
Tea Break at 10.30 am
11.00 – 11.30 am
Neuropathic pain. Patient example leading to discussion on the
topicDiscuss evaluation and management.
11.30- 01.00 pm
Optimisation of Care in advanced disease, and Nursing Care
patient example leading to the discussion points – assessing functional
status, prognostication, principles of symptom management, nursing care
What are the general principles of bed-bound and breathless patient
management? How can we help?
14.00 -14.30 pm
How would I like to be cared for as I approach the end of my life?
0 Dr Sunil Pandya
Ethics and End of life care
Tea Break at 15.30 pm
Patient example leading to the topic, Discussions on approach to situations
with ethical dilemmas and caring during terminal stage.
With progressive disease, patient’s breathlessness gradually worsens and
becomes very severe and sustained after midnight. The family takes him to
the emergency room of a hospital. Could this have been avoided? The
doctors want to move him to an intensive care unit; is that the advisable plan
of care at this stage? What are the other options?
Discussion on ethics based decision making in advanced disease states and
Post test Collect answers and feedbacks from participants, clarifications on
the questions in the test
Open Q & A forum
Valedictory function, Distribution of certificates