2ND BALTIC PALLIATIVE CARE CONFERENCE - Making Palliative Care Meaningful

ABOUT US

Palliative care is associated with better quality of care. Making palliative care available to the much larger population of the seriously ill is a great challenge. Patients and families coping with serious illness want and need access to the quality of life that palliative care provides. BPCA drives the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure palliative care education and learning for all.

Baltic Palliative Care Association (BPCA) is a regional non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and development of palliative care. The main goal is to improve the quality of life of patients with advanced life-threatening conditions and their families through collaboration.

BPCA is the organization that unites medical professionals, other professionals and non-professionals seeking excellence in and advancement of palliative medicine through prevention and relief of patient and family suffering by providing education and clinical practice standards. Also Association advocates holistic palliative care, which includes physical, psychological, social, spiritual and practical support to enhance the quality of life.

BPCA members strive to provide leadership in palliative care in the Baltics.

OUR GOAL

Palliative care is associated with better quality of care. Making palliative care available to the much larger population of the seriously ill is a great challenge. Patients and families coping with serious illness want and need access to the quality of life that palliative care provides. BPCA drives the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure palliative care education and learning for all.

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