Hats On for CPC

Hats On for CPC is an annual ICPCN event aimed at raising awareness of children's palliative care through a global social media campaign.

ICPCN welcome Gill Macdonald

ICPCN and WHPCA have recruited a Communications Manager to work with both organisations.


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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Asian Pacific Children’s Palliative Care Virtual Learning & Fellowship Forum

Topic #01: Drooling and Airway Secretion Management 8 Dec 2020, Tuesday | 1–2pm (GMT +8) This new series provides opportunities to share experiences and practices of children’s palliative care in hospital and community setting across different countries and cultures. Paediatricians, Family Medicine Specialists, Primary Care Doctors and Allied Health care providers are invited as themes […]

Thank you! #HatsOn4CPC

Last week we were overwhelmed by your contributions to #HatsOn4CPC – our annual awareness raising campaign for children’s palliative care.  You took on the challenge on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to post pictures and films of your Hats (and this year – Masks) across the world, from Peru to Portugal, Kenya to Kuwait, Belgium to […]

ICPCN and WHPCA welcome Gill Macdonald as their new Communications Manager

ICPCN and WHPCA have jointly appointed a new communications manager – Gill Macdonald – to their team. Working 70% for WHPCA and 30% for ICPCN Gill will be responsible for providing a high-quality communications services to promote palliative care for children and audlts worldwide across multiple channels. Gill has nearly 30 years experience writing engaging […]

UK launch of the CPCET Framework

                      The UK launch of a new standard designed to help people from all sectors to learn and improve children’s palliative care education and training took place on Thursday 26th November at 16.00hrs. Please note this is a launch for the UK and there will […]