Both health care professionals and non-health care professionals need training in palliative care. To promote the team approach in quality palliative care provision, the National association working a program which will ensure such trainings are successful within this year. Trained persons will provide the services to the many people who need them. One of the approaches KEHPCA will use is to conduct continuous medical education in the health institutions available which creates demand for training and service provision.
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