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Now Hiring: Communications Manager

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a communications manager to join our dynamic, supportive team working on children’s and adult palliative care worldwide! The Communications Manager is responsible for providing a high-quality communications service to promote palliative care for children and adults worldwide for the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) and the Worldwide Hospice Palliative […]

October CPC Webinar

Please join us for our next webinar which will be held on Thursday 21st October 2021. During this webinar we will be looking at the type of children needing palliative care and holistic assessment, with presenters and panelists from Canada/Bangladesh, the UK, the USA/Mexico, South Africa, Uganda and Kuwait. Click here to register

World Hospice & Palliative Care Day 2021 Report Launched

This World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, the Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance and the International Children’s Palliative Care Network are pleased to publish a new report entitled “Leave no one behind: Equity in access to palliative care.” The report looks at the current situation in palliative care inequities both across and within countries. The report […]

Successful #HatsOn4CPC Day

Today Friday 8th October, was our Annual ‘Hats on 4 children’s palliative care day’. A day when we raise awareness of the need for children’s palliative care. This year, in light of the pandemic, we asked you to wear a ‘Hat and Mask’ for children needing palliative care on this day. It was easy to join […]

Online Education Officer

We are looking to award a 6 month consultancy contract to an Online Education Officer who would report directly to our Education Manager to support, improve and extend the present ICPCN e-learning programme (www.elearnicpcn.org) Download Full Information.  Deadline 25 August 2021.

Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children – 3rd edition – out today!

The new edition of the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children is out today and brings together up-to-date information, current knowledge, evidence, and developments of clinical practice. It is suitable for both experienced clinicians and those new to the field of children’s palliative care.