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Cardiff University in Wales, UK, is looking forward to hosting the 8th International Cardiff Conference on Paediatric Palliative Care in July this year. The theme for the conference is “Worlds apart: culture and context in caring for the whole child” which will bring into focus the claim of children’s palliative care that we care for […]
Last week ICPCN held an informative #CPCdialog tweetchat on the important topic of ‘Pain in Children’. Tweetchat guests were paediatric pain experts Dr Christine Chambers and Dr Allen Finley, both from Dalhousie University. An important array of topics and resources were shared during the hour long session. What follows are some of the questions posed to […]
ICPCN will be hosting a ‘Pain in Children’ tweetchat on Wednesday, 29 March. The management of pain in children is an important aspect of children’s palliative that will be addressed in the ICPCN’s upcoming #CPCdialog tweetchat. ‘Guest-tweeters’ will be pain experts Dr Christine Chambers and Dr Allen Finely. Dr Christine Chambers is the Canada Research […]
Paediatric palliative Care research priorities in a Cochrane context: From priorities to answerable questions
Personal reflections from Dr Susie Lapwood on an inspirational day. It was nearly 3 years ago that I made my first (but long overdue) direct contact with the Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care group (PaPaS). I had been working in paediatric palliative care (PPC) for over 15 years, and had spent much of my […]