The longest-running Congress in Palliative Care and the leading event in the field since 1976.
A unique opportunity to meet, share experiences and exchange ideas with colleagues from 60 countries, representing all disciplines – nurses, physicians, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, music therapists, pharmacists, psychologists, pastoral care providers, administrators, volunteers...
In-depth workshops and seminars covering all aspects of end-of-life care, from the most current scientific developments in pain and symptom control to the large existential questions, to hands-on experiential sessions addressing practical issues faced every day.
Renowned speakers that deepen your understanding, and inspire you to renew your commitment to palliative care.
All sessions are structured to allow ample time for dialogue, questions and thoughtful interaction.
The hummingbird has, in Native American traditions, represented a messenger between worlds, helping to maintain balance between nature and spirit.
This tiny bird appears in Native lore as a creature that opens the heart and teaches us to appreciate the magic of being alive. The hummingbird helps us awaken to the beauty of the present moment.