MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Citizens met with Nytol Federmesser, Director of the palliative care Center of the Department of health of Moscow.
At the site “Healthy Moscow” in the Park “Printers” held a master class on caring for the seriously ill. He spent Nuta Federmesser, Director of the palliative care Center of the Department of health of Moscow, the founder of the hospice charity Fund “Vera”. The class was attended by over 280 people. The participants of the master class learned what are the features of the care of seriously ill patients.
“All know how to care for young children. The care of critically ill adults is no different, only the weight and size of the person”, — said Nut Federmesser.
She added that we need to listen to the desires of patients, even if they seem insignificant. For a seriously ill person it is important what he used to, so do not try to rebuild its way of life even with good intentions. Most importantly, keep him comfortable.
“Seriously ill people are very vulnerable and fragile, so in any case do not try to impose their point of view,” said Nuta Federmesser.
Lectures with renowned doctors, athletes and activists HLS are regularly sold out at the venues “Healthy Moscow”. They address various topics, among them healthy eating, positive thinking, care, tips on parenting and more. Parks guests had time to talk with Alexander Myasnikov, Elena Malysheva, Alexei Light and Polina Kitsenko and other.
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