See Hippocratic: A film about Dr Raj & the relief of suffering in India
- by Volunteer Hub
- September 26, 2017
Palliative Care NSW and Palliative Care Australia are proud to sponsor the Australian screening of Hippocratic featuring the work of Dr Rajagopal in India.
Dr Raj is a small man with a big dream: a pain-free India. His mission is to bring ethical practice to modern medicine through whole person care and universal access to essential, but heavily restricted, pain medicines. Now, this spiritual leader of ethical medicine shares the story of his life’s work, reflecting on effecting change and relieving unnecessary human suffering in a country of 1.25 billion people, or one sixth of the world’s population. Be inspired by the impact that can be made by a small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission and altering the course of history.
Dr Rajagopal will be a special guest speaker at the Sydney event.
What: Sydney screening of Hippocratic (www.hippocraticfilm.com)
When: Tuesday 17th Oct, 2017 at 06:30pm
Where: Event Cinemas George Street, 505-525 George Street, Sydney
Cost: $20+ booking fee
Bookings: Click here to go to the bookings website. The organisers require a minimum numbers of tickets to be sold so please book now!
Other screenings are planned in Australia. If you would like to request a screening in your community please see the organisers website for more information.
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