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Children's Palliative Care Network. Keeping you up
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For the very first time, 16 professional nurses completing a year-long diploma in paediatrics at
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ICPCN Newsletter may 2014

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Network News is brought to you by the International Children's Palliative Care Network. Keeping you up to date and informed on issues related to children's palliative care from around the globe. http://www.icpcn.org/ http://www.ehospice.com/

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  1. 1. Network News is brought to you by the International Children's Palliative Care Network. Keeping you up to date and informed on issues related to children's palliative care from around the globe. http://www.icpcn.org/ http://www.ehospice.com/ Quality award for Together for Short Lives The UK Charity, Together for Short Lives, has received an award from The Information Standard for the excellent quality of their information for families and professionals caring for children with life limiting conditions. Together for Short Lives has a range of excellent publications which can either be bought, and in some cases, downloaded free of charge from their website. Read more Stephen’s Story raises over £3 million for teenage cancer charity Stephen Sutton is a 19-year-old facing a terminal cancer diagnosis, but this extraordinary teenager has managed to make the most of his tragic situation, raising over £3 million for charity by telling his story on social media. Even Robbie Williams has added his voice to the campaign. Read more 'Eye-opening' training for nurses in Children's Palliative Care
  2. 2. For the very first time, 16 professional nurses completing a year-long diploma in paediatrics at the University of the Free State’s School of Nursing in South Africa got to attend a 2 day workshop on paediatric palliative care. “I thought palliative care was just about the end of life”. “I learnt that palliative care was not only recommended for children in the oncology department.” “Before this workshop, I would never want to give morphine to a child.” “When I know a child will die, I do not know what to say to the parents, so I tend to leave them alone.” These were just some of the sentiments expressed by nurses attending a recent 2 day workshop on paediatric palliative care that was held at the University of the Free State’s School of Nursing in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Read more 1st Pediatric Integrative Medicine Master Class: Advanced Pain and Symptom Management The 1st Pediatric Integrative Medicine Master Class: Advanced Pain and Symptom Management is now open for registration. The Master Class will take place from 21 - 26 September, 2014 at the Marquette Hotel in Minneapolis This annual Master Class, is presented by the Children’s Department of Pain Medicine, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine. The Pediatric Integrative Medicine Master Class offers state-of-the-art education in the holistic, non-pharmacological management of common symptoms such as pain, nausea, fatigue, insomnia, depression and anxiety, particularly as they are experienced by children and teens with cancer, life-limiting conditions, chronic pain, and those in palliative care or hospice situations. Read more Are you missing out? Sign up for weekly ehospice alerts.
  3. 3. Do you know that there is an International Children's edition of ehospice. Every week new stories, articles, news and reviews about what is happening in the international world of children's palliative care are uploaded to the site. Click here to stay up to date by signing up to receive daily or weekly alerts. If you would like to contribute to the children's edition of ehospice, please contact the editor on info@icpcn.co.za Copyright © 2014 ICPCN, All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: Cluster Box 3050 Assagay 3624 South Africa Contact the editor on: info@icpcn.co.za

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