Presentations will feature more then twenty lecturers from the Baltic states, Belarus, Germany, Sweden and the United States. The number of participants in the conference is estimated to be around 150.
|From 13:00||Arrival, registration, coffee|
Opening of the conference
Dace Markus, LiepU rector;
Dita Role, Rīga Stradiņš University;
Karīna Ploka, Representative of the Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia;
Representative of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia;
Aija Barča, Representative of the Commission for Social and Labor Affairs of the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia;
Uldis Sesks, Chairman of Liepaja City Council;
Dr.Anda Jansone, Head and founder of Paediatric Palliative Care Service.
|15:15||Dr.Vilnis Sosārs. Palliative Care in Latvia since 1994.|
|15:45||Marius Čiurlionis. Report on the creation of the Baltic Palliative Association.|
Prof.Michaela Nathrath. German experience of palliative care provision to children and abolescent.
Rihards Poļaks. Legal aspects of palliative care.
|17:15||Anna Garchakova. Belarussian experience of palliative care. “The Association of Children's palliative care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia”, ACPEECA – founding experience.|
|18:45||Presentations from our cooperation partners|
|From 20:00|| |
|08:30||Arrival, registration, breakfast coffee|
Work in sections
1st group - Artificial ventilation of the lungs and oxygen therapy in home setting. Supervisor: Danguole Ruzeviciene
|16:00||Coffee break / Conference photo|
Georg Bollig: Last aid, as opposed to first aid. Equally necessary, equally inevitable, but often neglected by the health care organization
|09:00||Check-in, coffee / breakfast table|
Ērika Gintere. Burning out in Palliative care. Team of good relationships.
Participants will play out and create a country-specific palliative care model that will improve availability, quality and effectiveness of the existing model.
|12:00||Coffee break / Swedish table|
Anna Garchakova. Bioethics and communication as the basis for organizing palliative care.
End of Conference.
Lithuania’s colleague report on Baltic states Palliative Care Scientific-Practical Summer Conference 2019.
Liepaja University, Liepaja, Latvia
The charm of Liepāja is concealed in its special atmosphere. Perhaps a bit restrained and harsh, yet also noble and rebellious. Sometimes calm, sometimes swirling – like the sea washing the shores of Liepāja. Genuine and truthful - this is Liepāja.