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To what extent can medical care be involved in people’s life and death? Interview with palliative care physician Takuya Shinjo 92nd Educational Café ~100 Continuing Dialogue Marathons~
An educational cafe started in 2012 with the idea of “nurturing a culture of dialogue” and, beyond that, “creating a society where children can be brought up to the fullest.”
In the 92nd episode, we hear from Mr. Shinshiro, who is pursuing the form of palliative care after his child’s incurable disease, about what it means to deal with human life.
When something happens, you’ll meet many medical professionals you’ve never met before, and you’ll be supported by seeing them sincerely dealing with life.
I think we can get a lot of hints from Shinjo-san’s story on how we live our daily lives.
If you are interested, please join us.
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Topic provided by: Takuya Shinjo (palliative care doctor, director of Shinjo Clinic) Since becoming a doctor in 1996, I have worked in neurosurgery and internal medicine for a total of 6 years. I worked in a palliative care ward in Kobe for 10 years starting in 2002, and opened my own clinic in 2012, where I have continued to work mainly in home palliative care. I have been working in palliative care for over 20 years. I have also worked at a cancer center hospital in Kobe City for nine years, and every day I am aware of changes in cancer treatment and palliative care. [Date and time] September 22, 2023 (Friday) 19:00-21:30 [Location] Online (Zoom) [Participation fee] General 700 yen, free for those under 18 years old
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