ICPCN wishes to support its members and all those working in children's palliative care throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic

CPC Manual

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


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ICPCN E-Learning

Enrol online for one of our free e-learning courses which are now available in 9 languages.

Find a service

Use our map of services to find children's palliative care services around the world.


ehospice is a website and app bringing together news and insights related to palliative care from around the globe.


Membership of ICPCN is free and open to individuals and organisations working or with an interest in the field of children's palliative care.

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.

Children’s Palliative Care relieves unnecessary suffering of very sick children

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Latest News

New Children’s Palliative Care Case-Based Manual Published

A new manual on Children’s Palliative Care has been published by Springer this week. This manual enables individuals working in children’s palliative care (CPC) globally to learn through engaging real-world cases. The aim is to provide a clinical case-based resource that is globally relevant and accessible to those working in CPC.  Drawing on case histories […]

COVID-19 Resources for Children

There are several great resources that have been developed for children about Covid-19 including story and colouring books. We have added a few of these to our resources page. 


ICPCN is in the process of developing some guidelines for people working in children’s palliative care in relation to COVID-19. In the meantime please find on our website links to various resources, including those from the WHO. 

Cyclist raising funds for ICPCN

Please support Nikky Goozee who is taking part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 46 on Sunday 4th August in aid of the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN). She will be cycling along a 46 mile route beginning at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London finishing at The Mall by Buckingham Palace. She will […]