Please find below some of the latest news from ICPCN and our members. You can access our newsletter here.

More news and information can also be found on the International Children’s edition of ehospice which is edited by ICPCN. Please do send us your news and stories so that we can share them.

When we transitioned to a new website we have archived all news items prior to 2022 – if you would like information about a specific news item prior to 2022 please contact Howard at

News 14 Mar 2022

How can we support those in need in Ukraine?

As we write this we are saddened and horrified by the events in Ukraine unfolding in our newspapers and on our TV screens. We have watched the images of the […]

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ICPCN Blog 10 Mar 2022

A message from Ukraine

It is the 15th day since the war began in Ukraine.  For Ukrainians and many people across the globe, we see the world before February 24 and after, and the […]

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ICPCN Blog 03 Mar 2022

Global Palliative Care Community Statement on the Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine

As a global palliative care community, we are deeply concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and its devastating impacts on families, children and vulnerable populations with serious pre-existing medical […]

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News 02 Mar 2022

A Warm Welcome to New Board Members

It is with great pleasure that the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) introduces two more Trustees who have recently joined the ICPCN board. We have written a series of […]

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News 02 Feb 2022

Welcoming New Board Members.

The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) has added seven new Board members to the International Board of Trustees. This week ICPCN would like to introduce two of the seven […]

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News 02 Feb 2022

Welcoming New Board Members!

The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) is governed by a board elected by its members. We are pleased to announce that several individuals have joined our International Board of […]

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News 19 Jan 2022

Welcome Howard

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 […]

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