Palliative Care and
Universal Health Coverage

6th International African Palliative Care Conference
Hosted by African Palliative Care Association and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Rwanda   17-20 September, 2019     Kigali Convention Centre | Rwanda Thank you for participating in the International African Palliative Care Conference

CONFERENCE EVALUATION FORM, 17th - 19th SEPTEMBER 2019

 

1 Was this the first International African Palliative Care Conference for you to attend?

2 How did you benefit from the 6th International African Palliative Care Conference?

3 Please share two important things from the conference which you plan to take forward?

4 Did the conference meet your expectations?

Please elaborate on your response here

5 In your view, did the conference meet its objectives outlined below?

5.1 To broaden understanding of palliative care and pain relief as a human right and core component of Universal Health Coverage.

 

5.2 To enable Governments and development partners recognise the importance of palliative care and pain relief in UHC and consider its inclusion in their roadmaps towards UHC.

 

5.3 Amplify the voices of beneficiaries/users of palliative care and pain relief services and their families.

 

5.4 Share progress, innovations, lessons, best practices and cost effective interventions for ensuring universal access to palliative care and pain relief by people with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions in Africa.

 

5.5 Sharing research evidence on access to palliative care and pain relief within the context of UHC.

 

5.6 Share innovative partnerships and collaborations in achieving universal access to palliative care and pain relief as part of UHC.

 

5.7 Bringing new players on board in efforts towards universal access to palliative care and pain relief services in Africa.

 

5.8 Build Africas momentum for the UN high-level meeting on UHC in 2019.

 

5.9 Guide future planning and development of evidence based policies and services.

6 How do you rate the quality of the conference content and activities?

6.1 Content and activities - Pre-conference workshops on 16th Sept 2019

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6.2 Content and activities - 3rd African Ministers of Health Session on palliative care

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6.3 Content and activities - Plenary sessions & speakers

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6.4 Content and activities - Break-away sessions & speakers

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6.5 Content and activities - Snap-shot sessions

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6.6 Content and activities - Workshops in main conference

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7 How do you rate the quality of the pre-conference workshop? Please only rate what is applicable to you

7.1 Pre-conference workshop - Research workshop

Please elaborate on your response here

7.2 Pre-conference workshop - 3rd African Ministers of Health Session on palliative care

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7.3 Pre-conference workshop - Multi-disciplinary pain management workshop

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7.4 Pre-conference workshop - Partnerships and collaboration workshop

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8 What was your most exciting point throughout this conference and why?

9 What was your lowest point and why?

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Conference registration process

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Conference venue

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Meals

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Audio visuals

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Time Management

10.1 Please share your feedback on - General assistance to delegates

10.1 Please share your feedback on - Other (please specify)

11 Please give your percentage score of this conference.

12 What would you want us to improve for the next conference in 2022?

 

CONTACT US
General inquiries:
conference2019@africanpalliativecare.org

Registration inquiries:
Pamela Kalema at conference2019@africanpalliativecare.org

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