New WHO Chronic Pain Guidelines

Children and adolescents have the right to high-quality treatments to manage their pain.

Palliative Care & Covid-19 Briefing Notes

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 E-Learning

ICPCN launches new COVID-19 and children's palliative care e-learning course

CPC Manual

ICPCN's new Case-Based Manual on Children's Palliative Care aimed at a Global audience


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Statement on the new WHO pain guidelines

We welcome the release of these new guidelines and recognise the challenges and limitations that exist when developing guidelines such as these. Read our full statement ICPCN Pain Guidelines statement.