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Pungi Dorasamy

Associate Professor

McMaster University

HQ Phone:  (905) 525-9140

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McMaster University

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, Ontario,L8S 4L7

Canada

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End-of-life care involves a more holistic approach

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Over the past few years, Dr. Pungi Dorasamy, has expanded his view of end-of-life care to include a more holistic approach.An internal medicine and respirology specialist at McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences and attending physician at Hamilton Health Sciences, Dr. Dorasamy says that it has become obvious that physicians are being trained in curative medicine, and their view of palliative or end-of-life care is centred on the physical aspects of patients' well-being.However, he says, end-of-life care involves the emotional, social, ethnic and spiritual needs of patients and their families.It is therefore essential that primary care physicians and specialists as well as other health-care providers, undergo training to understand and deal with the issues surrounding the dying patient.Dr. Dorasamy is one of five physicians from the five schools of medicine in Ontario, receiving a fellowship of $25,000 for each of five years, awarded by Associated Medical Services, Inc. (AMS) for care at end of life.


AMS - Educational Fellowship In Care At End Of Life

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Dr. Pungi Dorasamy, McMaster University & Hamilton Health Sciences Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario


End-of-life care involves a more holistic approach

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Hamilton, ON - Over the past few years, Dr. Pungi Dorasamy, has expanded his view of end-of-life care to include a more holistic approach. An internal medicine and respirology specialist at McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences and attending physician at Hamilton Health Sciences, Dr. Dorasamy says that it has become obvious that physicians are being trained in curative medicine, and their view of palliative or end-of-life care is centred on the physical aspects of patients' well-being. However, he says, end-of-life care involves the emotional, social, ethnic and spiritual needs of patients and their families.It is therefore essential that primary care physicians and specialists as well as other health-care providers, undergo training to understand and deal with the issues surrounding the dying patient. Dr. Dorasamy is one of five physicians from the five schools of medicine in Ontario, receiving a fellowship of $25,000 for each of five years, awarded by Associated Medical Services, Inc. (AMS) for care at end of life.


End-of-life care involves a more holistic approach

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Dr. Pungi Dorasamy
Over the past few years, Dr. Pungi Dorasamy, has expanded his view of end-of-life care to include a more holistic approach. An internal medicine and respirology specialist at McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences and attending physician at Hamilton Health Sciences, Dr. Dorasamy says that it has become obvious that physicians are being trained in curative medicine, and their view of palliative or end-of-life care is centred on the physical aspects of patients' well-being. However, he says, end-of-life care involves the emotional, social, ethnic and spiritual needs of patients and their families. It is therefore essential that primary care physicians and specialists as well as other health-care providers, undergo training to understand and deal with the issues surrounding the dying patient. Dr. Dorasamy is one of five physicians from the five schools of medicine in Ontario, receiving a fellowship of $25,000 for each of five years, awarded by Associated Medical Services, Inc. (AMS) for care at end of life.


www.fhs.mcmaster.ca

Dr. Pungi DorasamyOver the past few years, Dr. Pungi Dorasamy, has expanded his view of end-of-life care to include a more holistic approach. An internal medicine and respirology specialist at McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences and attending physician at Hamilton Health Sciences, Dr. Dorasamy says that it has become obvious that physicians are being trained in curative medicine, and their view of palliative or end-of-life care is centred on the physical aspects of patients' well-being.However, he says, end-of-life care involves the emotional, social, ethnic and spiritual needs of patients and their families.It is therefore essential that primary care physicians and specialists as well as other health-care providers, undergo training to understand and deal with the issues surrounding the dying patient.Dr. Dorasamy is one of five physicians from the five schools of medicine in Ontario, receiving a fellowship of $25,000 for each of five years, awarded by Associated Medical Services, Inc. (AMS) for care at end of life.


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