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We are delighted to welcome Howard Kinyua to be our new Communications Manager. Howard may be known to some of you, and he is not new to palliative care, as he has been working for the Kenyan Hospice and Palliative Care Association (KEHPCA) in there communications department. He will be working 50% for ICPCN and […]
In 2020, we marked the International Year of the Nurse by publishing a report on “Palliative Care: Celebrating Nurses Contributions” which was published in 2021 in conjunction with WHPCA and IAHPC. We celebrated 27 nurses achievements in extending palliative care provision around the world. On 2 December we’re inviting all nurses who want to emulate […]
Increasing access, advancing quality, saving lives Care for cancer, like so many other diseases, reflects the inequalities and inequities in our societies. The impact on children is devastating. Each year, an estimated 400 000 children are diagnosed with cancer around the world. The vast majority of these children live in low- and middle-income countries, where […]
The Children’s Palliative Care Education and Training United Kingdom and Ireland Education Standard Framework and Self audit tool was developed in 2019-20 to standardise children’s palliative care learning. The documents were developed by The Action Group which comprises champions from Institutes of Higher Education, clinical practice and 3rd sector allied organisations. The framework is not […]