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This compilation collects the 27 original and lightly edited Briefing Notes
ICPCN launches new COVID-19 and children's palliative care e-learning course
ICPCN's new Case-Based Manual on Children's Palliative Care aimed at a Global audience
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It gives us great pleasure to announce that the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) Chief Executive, Professor Julia Downing has been selected as a top 10 finalist from over 24,000 nurses for the first edition of Aster Guardians Global Nursing Award. To recognise the phenomenal contribution of nurses to humanity, Aster DM Healthcare has launched the Aster […]
The team at the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) would like to announce that Mike Palfreman was elected as the new Chair of the ICPCN International Board of Trustees. Mike has worked in the hospice sector for 12 years, first at Hospice UK, then Haven House Children’s Hospice in North East London for […]
As a Non-Governmental Organisation, ICPCN relies greatly on all of our Trustees who give up their time, energy, and free time for the work of ICPCN and children’s palliative care globally. Over the past few months, we have had various changes in our Board – with new members joining and existing members leaving after their […]
World Health Day is celebrated annually to mark the anniversary of the World Health Organisation (WHO). This year’s theme is our planet, our health. Urgent actions are needed to keep humans and the planet healthy. On this day, we would like to focus on the children and young people who need palliative care worldwide. ICPCN’s […]