Press Release from the IAPC & the IHF in advance of World Hospice & Palliative Care Day 2015
The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) and the Irish Hospice Foundati
Managing Complex Symptoms in Palliative Care
Friday 4 December 2015
Ashling Hotel, Dublin 7
Dublin Ireland 9-11 June 2016
Abstract Submission Deadline has been extended to: 31 October 2015
Health Service Executive Palliative Care Competence Framework
4 November 2014
Royal College of Physicians
Discipline Specific Competencies can be downloaded at:
A portal to information about children and young people’s palliative care on the island of Ireland
All hospitals should have strategies for dealing with palliative, end-of-life care and bereavement - Health Committee
All hospitals should draw up strategies for dealing with palliative, end-of-life care and bereavement, acc
Full Video Presentations and Powerpoint Presentations are available to download in the Knowledge Centre of the website
21st Century Questions for Palliative Care; Current and challenging themes for Palliative Care
DATE: Friday 8 November 2013 TIME: 08.30-16.00 LOCATION
Participants are invited to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation no later than Monday 7 October 2013
The Annual IAPC Education and Research Seminar is the premier meeting for those
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Full presentations available to download in the Knowledge Centre
The IAPC is pleased to announce a new information resource aimed at assisting palliative care researchers in Ireland. fake watches
The online Catelogue details what palliativ
The Directory provides full details of Palliative Care services in Ireland.
The online Directory can be found by clicking
Date: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th May 2012
Presenter: Stephan Sperber, Senior Social Worker, Milford Care Centre.
Description: As well as being an individual experience, bereavement is influenced by family relationships and functioning.
The workshop will examine the interplay between individuals and their family dynamics, explore the use of bereavement risk assessments and assist
participants in considering strategies for assisting and supporting bereaved families.
Venue: Irish Hospice Foundation
Fee: €180 2 day workshop includes light lunch & tea/coffee