Discussion. Need of Palliative care in Armenia: international experts' overview.
November 13, 13:00

Only one percent of the need for palliative care is met in Armenia, Stephen R. Connor, consultant to the Open Society Institute’s International Palliative Care Initiative (Washington):

On November 13 the Media Center hosted a discussion on “Need for Palliative Care in Armenia: international experts’ observations”. The speakers included Stephen R. Connor, International Palliative Care Consultant, OSF New York USA; Valerian Isaac, President of National Association of Palliative Care, Moldova; Irina Slugotska, chief medical officer at Palliative Care Center, Ukraine; Malina Dimitrescu, Program Director Hospice Casa Sperantei Foundation, Brasov,  Romania; Dimitri Kordzaya, president, National Association of Palliative Care, Georgia.

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