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Report from the 2. International LAST AID Conference Online—The social impact of palliative care, October 30 2020, Maribor, Slovenia

  • Received: 04 January 2021 Accepted: 17 February 2021 Published: 22 February 2021
  • The second International Last Aid Conference Online was held on 30th October 2020 with 174 participants from 18 countries. The main topics of the conference were the social impact of palliative care, public palliative care education (PPCE) and experiences with Last Aid Courses from different countries. Invited lectures and submitted abstracts on these topics highlighted the need for PPCE. The experiences with Last Aid Courses for both adults and children, as well as the Online Last Aid courses that were developed during the COVID-19 pandemic were presented. This conference report provides an overview of the topics and the content of the presentations.

    Citation: Erika Zelko, Georg Bollig. Report from the 2. International LAST AID Conference Online—The social impact of palliative care, October 30 2020, Maribor, Slovenia[J]. AIMS Medical Science, 2021, 8(1): 42-45. doi: 10.3934/medsci.2021005

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  • The second International Last Aid Conference Online was held on 30th October 2020 with 174 participants from 18 countries. The main topics of the conference were the social impact of palliative care, public palliative care education (PPCE) and experiences with Last Aid Courses from different countries. Invited lectures and submitted abstracts on these topics highlighted the need for PPCE. The experiences with Last Aid Courses for both adults and children, as well as the Online Last Aid courses that were developed during the COVID-19 pandemic were presented. This conference report provides an overview of the topics and the content of the presentations.



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