HOSPICE Casa Speranţei
HOSPICE Casa Speranţei is a promoter of the palliative care services at a national level, one of the leaders of this type of care at a European level, known and appreciated all over the world. It is one of the largest medical non-profit organizations in Romania, activating in the field of palliative care, offering free of charge services to patients and their families
HOSPICE CASA SPERANŢEI PROMOTES PALLIATIVE CARE AT A NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL THROUGH EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES, INFORMATION AND ADVOCACY.
The two educational centres HOSPICE Casa Sperantei (Brasov and Bucharest) organize since 1997 classes, conferences, experience exchanges, clinical practice courses and ensures consultancy, expertise and support for multidisciplinary teams of palliative care in Romania and abroad. The educational programme is held in Romanian, English and Russian.
The HOSPICE Casa Sperantei educational programme offers new information in palliative care, its own consistent series of publications, library of palliative care, Romanian legislation, recommended links. The resources are available in Romanian and/or English and Russian.
Since its establishment in 1992, HOSPICE Casa Sperantei is actively involved in promoting the concept of palliative care and in developing the palliative care network in Romania and the neighbouring countries with the purpose of:
RAISING GOVERNMENT AWARENESS
of the benefits of developing the palliative care services in order to be able to support them both from a legal and financial point of view: pointing out the need, access to education, access to medication, establishing palliative care services, imposing standards of service quality, awarding funding or facilitating financial support.
TRAINING PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICE OPERATORS
Both in continuous education as well as in cooperation, dialogue and exchange experience;
RAISING COMMUNITY AWARENESS
(population, institution, companies) of the existence and benefits of palliative care and off the fact that for quality palliative care services they can directly contribute through donations, sponsorships, volunteering and informed involvement of the patient families in the care process.