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This compilation collects the 27 original and lightly edited Briefing Notes
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A group of children’s palliative care practitioners have come together to help palliative care needs of children and their clinicians in Ukraine. ‘The Rome Declaration of Palliative Care for Children in Ukraine’ states that relief of serious health-related suffering is the right of every child. The global Children’s Palliative Care (CPC) community have committed to working together […]
We believe that the relief of serious health-related suffering is the right ofevery child. As members of the global children’s palliative care (CPC) community we are committed to working together for all children with serioushealth conditions to have access to quality palliative care provided by knowledgeable and skilled multidisciplinary teams, including in humanitarian settings. We […]
Olena Riga – Professor, Center of Palliative Medicine, Kharkiv National Medical University Education is always “mainstream” in changing practice. The main resources that helped us in gaining new knowledge in the field of paediatric palliative care (PPC) were the ICPCN (e-learning), EPEC-P, AAF OMI Seminars, internships in children’s hospices in the UK, and of course […]
As we write this editorial, we are saddened and horrified by the events in Ukraine unfolding across our newspapers and TV screens. We have seen the images of bombed maternity wards and children’s hospitals, of hospital patients, both children and adults, being cared for in hospital basements, of cities being bombarded and people struggling with […]