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Hats On for CPC is an annual ICPCN event aimed at raising awareness of children's palliative care through a global social media campaign.
Please support Nikky Goozee who is taking part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 46 on Sunday 4th August in aid of the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN). She will be cycling along a 46 mile route beginning at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London finishing at The Mall by Buckingham Palace. She will […]
Today, Tuesday 9 July, ICPCN has launched a new Global Giving campaign Promoting Paediatric Pain Management focused on increasing awareness and education on assessment and management of children’s pain. We know that more than 21 million children in the world today live with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness or condition, most of which will result in the […]
On Saturday, October 12 2019, something extraordinary is going to happen. People from around the world who have been impacted by a life-limiting illness — either personally or by supporting a loved one — will be making their voices heard, asking policy makers to pay attention to prioritize palliative care policies and services. Further, […]
This latest ICPCN blog from Sophie Kieffer is both heartbreaking and uplifting at the same time. Saddened and distraught by the pain and suffering of children she witnesses on her regular visits to a hospital in Kenya, she has learnt to appreciate the small wins when they come. Sophie is a passionate advocate for paediatric […]