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The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) is delighted to announce the release of A Really Practical Handbook of Children’s Palliative Care for Doctors and Nurses Anywhere in the World by Dr. Justin Amery.
The book is structured around common questions that arise in often-difficult palliative care situations. Each chapter deals with one question, and starts by reminding the reader of what they already know before going on to fill in some common gaps. Contributors to the book include experts in children’s palliative care from around the world and it is hoped that this book will give the reader everything they need to manage real life cases in real life settings, with confidence, wherever they are in the world.
Selected articles from the March/April European Journal of Palliative Care – an official journal of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) – are free to download from the EAPC website.
The following three articles are currently available:
The need for palliative care has never been greater and is increasing rapidly because of Turkey’s aging population and an increasing incidence of cancer. Read the interview here.
Check out the PCN website for a growing collection of backgrounders on this topic. The backgrounder (a supplement to Media Watch) is updated periodically by Barry Ashpole, a Canadian communications consultant and educator, as new articles, reports, etc. become available.
Palliative Care Network (PCN) provides an online educational platform for palliative care professionals. Registration on the website and access to materials remains free of charge allowing palliative care professionals from all fields to remain abreast of palliative care trends. Expert interviews, lectures, presentations and posters etc are voluntarily shared on the PCN Community Website. Click here to download materials.
Get a glimpse of challenges and achievements in Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Sudan by checking out the recent series published on the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Online Blog.
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