ICPCN Webinars

Children’s Palliative Care Webinar Series

We offer a webinar series on children’s palliative care which is usually held for 1.5 hours every month on the third Thursday of the month from 1-2.30pm UK time, although the time may vary depending on which time zones the presenters are in so please check each session. In 2024 we will be holding 4-6 webinars across the year so please look out for our flyers advertising the dates and time. We appreciate the time will not be convenient for everyone, due to work commitments and the different time zones, so we will be recording them and making them available here on our website, and via YouTube so that you can join us later if you are unable to join us live.

Our next webinar will be in April/May so please watch out for our flyer advertising the session

 

Here is the recording of our latest webinar.

CPC Webinar Series

Links to Jame’s websites from our February session are as follows:

Programme for the CPC Webinar Series, with links to the recordings of each session

Date Topic Recording of the Webinar
15th February 2024
  • Digital Legacy in Children’s Palliative Care
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16th November 2023
  • Paediatric Touch Therapy: An Innovative Approach to Children’s Healthcare
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19th October 2023
  • Children’s hospice nurses’ management of emotional labour and professional integrity in long-term relationships with parents
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21st September 2023
  • The Global Comfort Promise Experience
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17th August 2023
  • Building Resilience
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20th July 2023
  • Health Technology in Children’s Palliative Care
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18th May 2023
  • Palliative Care for Children with HIV/AIDS
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20th April 2023
  • Advanced Care Planning
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16th March 2023
  • Management of neurological symptoms
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16th February 2023
  • Outcome measurement in children’s palliative care
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19th January 2023
  • Children’s palliative care in humanitarian settings
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17th November 2022
  • Empowering the team through education
  • Integrating research into care
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15th September 2022
  • Ethical issues in children’s palliative care
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18th August 2022
  • Supporting the adolescent and young adult
  • Collaborative working and use of national, regional and international networks
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21st July 2022
  • Perinatal and neonatal palliative care
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16th June 2022
  • Spiritual care
  • Anticipatory grief and bereavement support
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21st April 2022
  • End of life care
  • Supporting the family at the time of death
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17th March 2022
  • Psychological care and distress
  • Social and cultural support
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17th February 2022
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Nutritional support
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20th January 2022
  • Assessment, prevention and treatment of pain in children with serious illness
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16th December 2021
  • Respiratory care
  • Fatigue
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18th November 2021
  • Communication with children and their families
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21st October 2021
  • Children’s palliative care across a range of conditions, settings and resources
  • Holistic assessment
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16th September 2021
  • Launch of the book and the webinar series
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Please note – if you watch the recordings of our webinars you are currently unable to receive a certificate although we are looking at ways of enabling this in the future.

For more information about our webinar series please contact: education@icpcn.org

Global Palliative Care and Covid-19 Series

ICPCN worked alongside IAHPC, PallCHASE and WHPCA to hold a global palliative care and covid-19 series, developing briefing notes on different aspects of care and running webinars to go alongside these.

Recordings of the webinars, alongside the slides and corresponding briefing notes can be found here:

# Webinar Date  Webinar Slides Corresponding Briefing Note(s)
1 17thApril 20 The impact of COVID-19 on palliative care and health systems and Issues specific to Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Resources, Cultural and Social issues  The impact of COVID-19 on palliative care and health systems (slides)
  1. How Pandemics Affect Health Systems and Resource Allocation: Impact for Palliative Care
  2. Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic for Low and Middle-Income Countries
2 24thApril 20 Access to palliative care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Ethical and Legal aspects  Access to palliative care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Ethical and Legal aspects (slides)
  1. The COVID-19 Pandemic: Palliative Care and Human Rights
  2. Bio-ethical Principles, Practices and Recommendations Relevant to the COVID-19
  3. Global Availability of Internationally Controlled Essential Medicines
3 1st May 20 Clinical and Prevention Aspects in Covid-19. Palliative Care for patients with cancer in LMICs during Covid-19 Clinical and Prevention Aspects in Covid-19 (slides)
  1. Recommendations for Symptom Control of Patients with COVID-19
  2. Palliative Care for Patients with Cancer in Lower-and Middle-Income Countries
4 8th May 20 Holistic Care of Children, Symptom Control in Children with covid-19, Psychological and spiritual issues/needs and Voice of a mother Holistic Care of Children, Symptom Control (slides)
  1. Caring for Children with Underlying Serious Health Conditions During COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Psychological and Spiritual Impact of COVID-19 on Children with Palliative Care Needs
  3. Symptom Control at the End of Life in Children with COVID-19 Infection
  4. The Social Impact of COVID-19 on Children with Palliative Care Needs and their Families
5 15thMay 20 Suffering Alone & Grief/Bereavement Suffering Alone & Grief/Bereavement (slides)
  1. The Suffering of Isolated Patients and Families. The psychological and social implications of physical isolation for patients and families during the coronavirus pandemic.
  2. Grief and Bereavement for Family Members who Can’t Visit their Sick Relatives or Attend Funeral Services
6 21stMay 20 Palliative Care for Older People in the Context of Covid-19 Palliative Care for Older People in the Context of Covid-19 (slides)
  1. Palliative Care for Older Persons infected with COVID-19
7 28thMay 20 How People with Pre-Existing Palliative Care Needs are Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic How People with Pre-Existing Palliative Care Needs are Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic (slides)
  1. How People with Pre-Existing Palliative Care Needs are Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic
8 4th June 20 Palliative Care in Covid-19 for Persons with Disabilities and in Humanitarian Crises Palliative Care in Covid-19 for Persons with Disabilities and in Humanitarian Crises (slides)
  1. Palliative Care in Refugee Camps and Humanitarian Crises
  2. Meeting the Palliative Care needs of People with Physical and Intellectual Disabilities
9 11thJune 20 Inter-Professional Spiritual Care and Self Care Inter-Professional Spiritual Care and Self Care (slides)
  1. Interprofessional Spiritual Care in the Time of COVID-19
  2. Self-Care for Caregivers during the Covid-19 Pandemic
10 18thJune 20 The Role of Telemedicine in Delivering Palliative Care during the Covid-19 Pandemic The Role of Telemedicine in Delivering Palliative Care during the Covid-19 Pandemic (slides)
  1. The role of tele-medicine: Remote access to patients, caregivers and health workers
11 25thJune 20 Valuing and Strengthening Palliative Nursing in the Time of COVID-19 Valuing and Strengthening Palliative Nursing in the Time of COVID-19 (slides)
  1. “Leaving No One Behind”: Valuing & Strengthening Palliative Nursing in the time of COVID-19
12 2nd July 20 Advocating for Integration of Palliative Care into National COVID-19 Responses Advocating for Integration of Palliative Care into National COVID-19 Responses (slides)
  1. Advocating for Integration of Palliative Care into National COVID-19 Responses: Challenges and Successes
13 9th July 20 Persons experiencing homelessness, Detainees, and LBGT+ People Persons experiencing homelessness, Detainees, and LBGT+ People (slides)
  1. Palliative Care for LGBT+ People in the Time of COVID-19
  2. Vulnerable Populations in Covid-19: Palliative Care for Detainees in Custodial Settings
  3. Palliative Care for those Experiencing Homelessness in the Time of COVID-19
14 16th July 20 Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities for Fundraising during the Pandemic. Closing remarks – Global Palliative Care and COVID -19 Series Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities for Fundraising during the Pandemic (slides)