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IPOS Member Profile: Arunima Datta (India)

18 Jul 2022 3:14 PM | John Chagnon (Administrator)

Psycho-oncological practice is diverse, challenging and worthwhile career that I really feel it is the right course for me. It is a vocation for people who are practical, conscientious, reliable and who find it easy quickly to establish good, trusting relationships with new people. I have these skills and a genuine desire to help people when they need it most. When I was first considering Psycho-oncological research as a career I thought that I would prefer the qualitative analysis of palliative care among cancer patients because I have already 2 years’ experience in this field. The aim of my research is to teach patients that everything is not our hand. Most of cases we have to face those situations which we never expect or prepare. Every step of our life is a challenging one. So, we cannot escape we have to face it and accept it with smiley face. Actually, it is known concept to everyone but when they face any tough situation, they forget to apply this concept. So, I want to encourage everyone to enjoy the stressful situation and make great chapter of experience in their life with that also makes own self as an example to their society.

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