Children and adolescents have the right to high-quality treatments to manage their pain.
This compilation collects the 27 original and lightly edited Briefing Notes
ICPCN wishes to support its members and all those working in children's palliative care throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic
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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There are two we would like to share with you. The True Colours Trust Small Grant Programme Round 23 which supports palliative care providers across Africa (deadline 4th March) and The Palliative Care Education Scholarship Fund for Nurses and Social Workers – APCA in partnership with GPIC in the USA provide a limited number of competitive […]
International Childhood Cancer Day, held on 15 February each year, is a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness and promote an increased appreciation and deeper understanding of the challenges faced by children and adolescents with cancer, the survivors and their families. ICCD spotlights the need for more equitable access to treatment and care for all […]
Children and adolescents have the right to high-quality treatments to manage their pain. New World Health Organisations guidelines say care for children with chronic pain must be child- and family-centred & included in all universal health coverage schemes. You can find the guidelines here: WHO issues new guidelines on the management of chronic pain in […]
Session 2 – ‘Mind Transition & Transformation’ for Parents who experience a Child Loss Presenter: Mr Brandon Ho (Malaysia)Moderator: Dr Tan Chai Eng (Malaysia)Date: 23rd February 2021, TuesdayTime: 1pm to 2pm (GMT +8) Synopsis:The grieving parents of a sick child that dies experience a transition to life without their child. It involves a journey […]