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Virtual Palliative Pupus May 2020

We’d like to invite you to Palliative Pupus

May 13, 2020:
Palliative Pupus switched to an online meeting via Zoom
for May 13, 2020 at 5:15 PM

Log-in information is in our eNewsletter

This month we will hear about the palliative care journey of a young mother with advanced cancer whose care was complicated by both complex psychosocial issues and poor health literacy.

Our exciting local networking and clinical education opportunity.  Come participate in a VIRTUAL interactive interdisciplinary story from the cutting edge of hospice and palliative care and mingle with colleagues. If you are involved with palliative care cases, you are invited. Please tell your colleagues and friends. 

The Queens Conference Center (QCC)Room 200
5:15 PM – 7:00 pm
510 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

  • Palliative Pupus meets in Room 200 on the second floor of the Queen’s Conference Center
  • Each meeting’s topic is announced in a Kōkua Mau reminder eNewsletter one week prior to the event
  • More on parking near QCC

How does Palliative Pupus work?

The theme and presenters for each ‘Palliative Pupus’ is announced one to two weeks prior to the meeting date via our Kōkua Mau eNewsletter. If you are not receiving our eNewsletter yet, please subscribe here and we will keep you informed.

Please RSVP as soon as possible to Jeannette Koijane.  There is validated parking for the first 15 people who request it with their RSVP.

There is FREE parking after 4 PM in the municipal lot on South Beretania, just Diamond Head of Queen’s. See our website for a map.

What is Palliative Pupus?

Our first successful Palliative Pupus meeting was held November 17, 2010 and has since become a bi-monthly event every third Wednesday of the month. (Except November due to Thanksgiving)

The model is an informal, interactive, collegial, pau hana to present and discuss challenging cases as a group.  Palliative Pupus is for clinicians in a variety of fields: doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains.