Scientific and didactic center - FHO Warszawa
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“You must live for another

if you wish to live for yourself.”


Seneca the Younger

Didactic activity


Center is accredited by the Warsaw Regional Medical Chamber to train doctors in the field of palliative medicine, accreditation of the Ministry of Health for the specialization of palliative medicine for doctors and specialist internships in the field of home care and stationary hospice, in cooperation with the training department.

FOR PHYSICIANS:

  • Training in palliative medicine.
    NOTE: the palliative care training registrations are received on a regular basis.
    Contact: Grażyna Kulik tel. 22 544 06 73, e-mail: szkolenia@fho.org.pl
    The completed course gives qualification for physicians to work in palliative medicine centers.
  • Specialization of physicians in palliative medicine.

 

FOR NURSES:

  • Qualification course for nurses in palliative care as part of postgraduate education.
    Contact: Grażyna Kulik tel. 22 544 06 73, e-mail: szkolenia@fho.org.pl

 

FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS:

  • Specialist course in the field of comprehensive physiotherapy of patients with secondary lymphoedema.
    Contact: Grażyna Kulik tel. 22 544 06 73, e-mail: szkolenia@fho.org.pl

Scientific activity


Independent scientific research conducted by Jerzy Jarosz, MD, in cooperation with Małgorzata Czaplinska, on the effectiveness of pain management and the development of palliative medicine. In 2013 a speech was published at the Congress:

  • Life-giving death – Bialystok
  • Contemporary Challenges of Psychology. The role of support in adapting to cancer. Gdańsk 2013
  • Poster session “The specificity of the psychologist’s work at home and stationary hospice, based on personal experience”.

Clinical trial – we are currently conducting 3 studies:

  1. A two-stage, placebo-controlled study evaluating the safety and efficacy of Sativex oral mucosa as a supportive therapy for the relief of uncontrolled, persistent, chronic pain in patients with advanced cancer, who experience insufficient analgesia even during the optimized chronic opioid treatment.
  2. Multicentre, non-comparative open follow-up study evaluating the long-term safety of Sativex oral mucosal therapy as adjunctive therapy in patients with uncontrolled persistent chronic pain of cancer.
  3. The efficacy, safety, and tolerability of oral cebranopadol compared with prolonged-release morphine sulfate in patients with chronic pain associated with moderate to severe cancer.

Cooperation within clusters with the Institute of Experimental and Clinical Medicine of the Polish Academy of Sciences (research sponsored by scientific grants):


ALICE MED Cluster

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Pain Management Cluster

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The Center publishes didactic materials, textbooks.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

 

Publications 2013

Publications 2014

 

The team of the scientific and didactic center consists of:

  • Jerzy Jarosz, MD – coordinator of the scientific and didactic center
  • Małgorzata Czaplińska – coordinator of clinical trials
  • Grażyna Kulik – training coordinator
  • Agnieszka Leonhard – training assistant

 

 


Contact us

Contact

St. Christopher’s

Oncology Hospice Foundation

 

Pileckiego 105 Street,

02-781 Warszawa

 

Tel / Fax: +48 (22) 643 57 08

 

fho@fho.org.pl

fho.org.pl

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