The celebration of the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day is an opportunity to meet people to help and relieve suffering for patients at the end of their lives. At the seat of the Jagiellonian University: the 6th edition of the scientific conference Palliative and hospice care – medicine, humanism, volunteering takes place. This year, under the slogan “Loneliness Ends – Delays, Improve During A Pandemic”. As emphasized by prof. Barbara Bętkowska-Korpała – one of the speakers at the conference: “Important number of effects on psychological effects, failures after the acute Covid-19 syndrome and sensitization to the necessity of a holistic everyday procedure”.
As the meetings inform, they discuss topics, plan new programs during a pandemic – they gain importance, organize and plan new updates, plan new updates. psychological problems in patients with Covid-19.
Getting sick with Covid-19 and the rapid formation of mental states of alert states. Problems with the problems that will take place in the wards, which will concern them and often themselves, and will not work with SA-CoV-2 viruses. Patients, apart from the sick chimneys, are insulated and lonely – I notice prof. Barbara Bętkowska-Korpała, insp. Department of Medical Psychology of the Jagiellonian University Medical College.
Research and observation of the procedure that the most difficult conditions the patients survive the situation of hospitalization, with time adjusting to the treatment. In some patients, even many months after discharge from the state, fleeting changes are visible, such as: improvements and problems with sleep, character degeneration, anxiety disorders, or weakened service efficiency. -add.
The conference is organized by the Jagiellonian University – Collegium Medicum and the Society of the Friends of the Sick “Hospice of St. Lazarus in Krakow.