Friday, September 18, 2020

Santri - Destitute Cancer Patient

 

 

 

 






 


 

With the active participation of our volunteers Ms. Syeda Anam, Mr. Subodh Kumar, coordinated by Ms. Seema Prasad at DSCI, Mr. Anil of GTB Hospital, Antony Baby Sir and Mr. Subin Salam at Shanti Avedna Sadan, we could finally shift Santri, the 60 years old destitute Cancer patient (Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of Breast), from Delhi State Cancer Institute, Dilshad Garden to Shanti Avedna Sadan for Palliative Hospice Care on 25th August 2020.  We could get her Covid Negative Certificate on 24th August 2020.   Our efforts and prayers for her improved quality of life as she is our DNipCare Palliative family member now.

Bringing back the smile on their faces through improving quality in life is the ultimate goal of Palliative Care.  Photograph of Santri, the 60 years old destitute Cancer patient, now in Shanti Avedna Sadan.   We tried to ask in our group as to whether any one among the group members can  recognize her village from the voice clipping of her circulated.  Or where does she belong to from the way she speaks?  It was our effort to find out her whereabouts.

 

It is very sad to inform that Santri, one among our Palliative family members and the destitute Cancer Patient  admitted by us in Shanti Avedna Sadan died at 7.35 AM today, 16.09.2020.  Our Syamalan Sir is informing the concerned Officer of Delhi Police Rajouri Garden Station to know about the further protocols.  Our volunteers will, therefore, be required to give our presence and participation with Shanti Avedna Sadan for deceased Santri.  I will inform the timings and the place where she will be cremated once decided. 


So finally, since she was a destitute and MLC was there in Rajouri Garden Police Station, the body of Santri, died in Shanti Avedna Sadan has been handed over to Delhi Police for further action as per their protocol.  We admitted her in Shanti Avedna Sadan on 25.08.2020 though we were following up her case in Delhi State Cancer Institute since mid July for obtaining her Covid Negative Certificate to ensure admission for Palliative Hospice Care.  Despite best effort by Shanti Avedna Sadan staff and our Volunteers, we could not trace out her place/region of origin and now she has gone.  Let us all pray for her departed soul.

Monday, August 31, 2020

Food packets distribution to Patients and bystanders on 31st August 2020, the ONAM Festival Day by DNipCare

This ONAM Festival amidst pandemic situation compelled DNipCare to think differently and so arranged distribution of 100 food packets to the patients and bystanders in Safdarjung Hospital today, 31st August 2020, considering the prevailing social distancing norms and coordinated by Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary DNipCare.

 




 

Sunday, August 23, 2020

DNipCare Academic Program Discussion on 23rd August 2020

 





DNipCare Academic Program Discussion on 23rd August 2020 on Zoom with the following participation:

Dr. C.N. Bhargavi, Hon. Academic Coordinator, DNipCare

Sister Hanife McGamwell, Subject Expert

Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare

KV Hamza, General Secretary, DNipCare

It has been decided to finalize the concept note on Academic Program scheduled to begin by September under DNipCare in association with Echo India.

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Saturday, July 18, 2020

Executive Meeting of DNipCare held on 18.07.2020 on Zoom


 An Executive Meeting of DNipCare was held at 6.00 PM on 18th July 2020 on Zoom.  The following Executive Members attended the meeting:





1. Shri A.T. Sainudin,  President
2. Shri Abdul Khalik, Vice President
3. Shri KV Hamza, Gen. Secretary,
4. Shri Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary,
5. Shri Cyriac Antony, Treasurer
6. Shri K.C. Unnikrishnan, Member
7. Shri Abubakar, Member
8. Dr. Habibul Rahman VM, Member
9. Shri PK Abdul Kareem, Member
10. Shri Subu Rahman, Member



Saturday, July 4, 2020

Sensitization program for Nursing fraternity; Palliative Care - An Update on 04th July 2020 - Webinar



The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, in collaboration with ECHO India  & DNIPCARE
held a sensitization program for the nursing professionals across the Country  .

The aim of the program was to update the nursing fraternity about their role in palliative care by sharing experiences and leanings by nursing experts from the field of palliative care.
                                                                              
Webinar Details

Topic :  Sensitization program for Nursing fraternity; Palliative Care - An Update.                                                                                              
Date:  04/07/2020                                                                   
Time: 11 am to 12.30 pm

Inauguration:


Dr. Rathi Balachandran : ADG Nursing, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare,Govt of India  

Expert Panel :

1. Sr Hanife Mac Gamwell (Palliative Care Nurse Specialist)

2. Mrs.Alice Stella Verginia (National Faculty, Indian Association of Palliative Care)

Facilitator:

Mr. K V Hamza, General Secretary, DNipCare


Participants: NURSES, NURSING FACULTY, NURSING STUDENTS and others interested.
Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare and Ms. Anila Goswami, Sr. Manager, Echo India along with Mr. Pranjal Singla coordinated the event.
























Sunday, March 15, 2020

Cancer Awareness and Palliative Care Sensitization Session by DNipCare on 15th March 2020 at The Delhi Orthodox Centre


Cancer Awareness and Palliative Care Sensitization Session by DNipCare during the One Day Conference Marth Mariam Vanitha Samajam of Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church at The Delhi Orthodox Centre, Tughlakabad, Delhi.  Prof. (Dr. ) Jugal Kishore, Director Professor and HoD, Department of Community Medicine, Vardhman Mahavira Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital led the team comprising, Dr. Thejas Achary, Junior Resident, Community Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi, Mrs. Nileema Shingade, Sr. Nursing Officer, IRCH, AIIMS, New Delhi and Shri KV Hamza, Gen. Secretary, Ms. Seema Prasad, Volunteer Coordinator and coordinated by Shri Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary DNipCare.