Thursday, April 18, 2019
Pledging Royalty of Book “Mein hun Bharatiya” (I an Indian) for the benefit of the suffering chronic patients under the Palliative Care mission of DNipCare
Padma Shri Dr. KK Muhammed, an eminent Indian Archaeologist, former Regional Director (North) of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), and also former Project Archaeological Director in the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, today declared the pledge of the royalty of Hindi version of his famous book “Mein hun Bharatiya” (I an Indian) for the benefit of the suffering chronic patients under the Palliative Care mission of DNipCare.
Similarly he has also pledged the royalty of the Telugu and Kannada versions of his book to organizations catering to the chronic patients in Karnataka and Hyderabad.Dr. KK Muhammed belongs to Koduvally of Kozhikkode District in Kerala. His passion and efforts for ensuring basic health and education for the deprived classes has always been recognized by various authorities and organizations.
Thursday, April 11, 2019
Palliative Care Sensitization workshop for the Nursing Students of School of Nursing, Sir Gangaram Hospital on 11th April 2019
The DNipCare held a Palliative Care Sensitization workshop for the Nursing Students of School of Nursing, Sir Gangaram Hospital on 11th April 2019.Dr.Rakesh Garg, Assosciate Professor and Consultant,Onco Anaesthesiology,Intensive care, Pain and Palliative Care, IRCH, AIIMS, New Delhi was the main speaker followed by a Class on Role of Nurses in Palliative Care by Mrs. Neelima Shingade, Senior Nursing Officer, IRCH, AIIMS, New Delhi and KV Hamza, General Secretary on Community based Palliative Care. The program was coordinated by Shri Suresh Thaliyari, Secretary DNipCare.
Sunday, April 7, 2019
The DNipCare observed ‘World Health Day’ on Sunday, 07th April 2019 with a Get-together of patients, especially paraplegic wheelchair bound and other chronic patients, Doctors, Nursing fraternity and the Volunteers of the mission in Kerala School, Canning Road, New Delhi.
Mr. AT Sainudin, President DNipCare presided over the function and other dignitaries in addition to the patients were Dr.Rakesh Garg,Assosciate Professor and Consultant,Onco Anaesthesiology,Intensive care,Pain and Palliative Care,IRCH,AIIMS,N.Delhi, Dr. Deepak Sirvastava, Renowned Neurologist, Dr. Muzammil Firoz, Senior Resident, Dr. Pritam Samanta, PG student Orthopaedics, Safdarjung Hospital, Dr. Chaya, Palliative Specialist, Dr. AT Kora, Sr. Hanife Mac Gamwell, Abdul Gafoor, Sanju Arya, Psychologists, Dr. Hitesh Kumar, Dr. Arun Unnikrishnan Mrs. Laila Peter, etc. Mr. Abdul Kareem welcomed the audience, Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare coordinated the event.
Mr. Sooraj Kodungalloor imparted the skill of making Paper-Seed Pen, Paper folders, Paper files and other stationery items to the other patients and their family members so as to facilitate a kind of livelihood and to bring the patients out of the discarded and dejected feeling. Mr. Syamalan Perinchira was also one of the focus of all the audience to get their names written in the beautiful calligraphy.The students of SRCC, Aditi Mahavidyalaya, IGNOU etc made the event with their wholehearted participation. Altogether the program was an occasion for the patients to interact with the fellow patients, expert Doctors and Volunteers in the DNipCare Palliative family.