|Sofia has a large airport, located about five miles east of the train station in the downtown area.There is regular bus service to and from the Sofia airport. The line, number 84 Sofia Airport – Sofia University, operates from 5am to 11pm and a ticket costs 5kl or 25 euro. You should buy your ticket from the kiosk at the bus stop.|
|Please Note: The airport has been undergoing expansion for a number of years. There might be significant delays getting in and out of the airport.It is best to call ahead to find out the status of your flight.|
|Sofia also has a large, central train station, with frequent service to nearby major European cities.|
|Taxis in Sofia should be used with caution. Make sure that any taxi you get into has the rates displayed in a visible place, average rates should be around 0.60 lv per km. As a foreigner in Bulgaria it is recommend using the services of one of the big taxi companies in the city.
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2ND INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY FORUM ON PALLIATIVE CARE
Kempinski Hotel Zografski *SOFIA, BULGARIA Visit the Venue to read more
|Clinical aspects and symptom management Pharmacology:
opioids, antidepressants, NSAIDs
Symptom evaluation and management: pain, vomiting, nausea, dyspnea, fatigue, anorexia, diarrhea, constipation, ascites
The final hours
Communication and Coping:
True of False – communication in palliative care
Patients narrative, suffering and discomfort
Curative care cessation
Delivery of bad news and hope
Working in a team – communication between professionals
Preparation of the patients, the family and staff towards death
Preparation of children towards loss of a family member
The Palliative Care System – Definitions and Characterizations:
Overview, principles and history of palliative care
Dilemmas in palliative care
Place of death
Care setting transitions at the end of life
Palliative care in general practice
Palliative care in nursing homes
Advance care planning
Terminal sedation in medical practice
Euthanasia and other medical end-of-life decisions as well as the attitudes of the public towards palliative care and euthanasia across Europe.
Speakers & Board Members
|Pesach Shvartzman, Israel|
|Craig D. Blinderman, USA|
|Gian Domenico Borasio , Germany|
|Kirsty Boyd, Scotland, UK|
|Lynn Halamish, Israel|
|Lyubomir Kirov, Bulgaria|
|Roar Maagaard, Denmark|
|Ivan Milanov, Bulgaria|
|Russell Portenoy, USA|
|Keri Thomas, UK|
|Simon Wein, Israel|
|Nikolay R. Yordanov, Bulgaria|
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