3 months ago, we received a call from one of the day care centres where we had teamed up with a blood bank to provide systematic and holistic care.
Sankalp Program for Thalassemia Management
In 2013, one morning a few weeks after the new day care cent with Rashtrotthana Parishat
The next edition of the Sankalp-Cure2Children Network meeting for BMT was organised on 4&5 June 2019 at People Tree Hospitals, Bangalore. The two day meeting held every six months is an opportunity for our transplant teams to get together and brainstorm - contributing to the fine outcomes.
Mission “Thalassemia Free India” strengthened with the signing of MOUs to setup and strengthen day care centres
A new step forward has been made in our mission to ensure that children suffering from Thalassemia get proper care and management
ThalMeet 2018, the meeting of thalassemia centre who aim at harmonising Thalassemia Care and strengthen last mile delivery was organised on 21 and 22 May 2018 in Bangalore.
Measurability is the cornerstone of good care and management. In the year 2017-18 across the 4 day care centres part of the Sankalp Program for Thalassemia
The most essential aspect of caring for severe thalassemia syndromes (ST) with the inability to spontaneously maintain haemoglobin levels more than 7 gm/dl is a good blood transfusion service.
On 3rd December 2017, Department of Pediatrics, Rural Development Trust, Ananthpur organised the 1st CME on Thalassemia.
Can inequity in healthcare be bridged in LMICs – Multicentre experience from thalassemia day care centres in India - published in PHOJ
Delivering equitable healthcare is a global challenge. There are certain groups of patients which continue to perform poorly on clinical indicators compared to other patients.