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IAPC Annual Conference 2014

Transitions of Care - the challenge for palliative care services

Friday 28 November 2014

 

Alexander Hotel, Dublin 2

09.15-16.30

Full Conference Programme

Report on End of Life & Palliative Care in Ireland launched

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

IAPC Annual Education and Research Seminar 2014

Full Video Presentations and Powerpoint Presentations are available to download in the Knowledge Centre of the website

IAPC ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2013

21st Century Questions for Palliative Care; Current and challenging themes for Palliative Care

DATE: Friday 8 November 2013 TIME: 08.30-16.00 LOCATION

IAPC Education & Research Seminar 2014 - Call for Abstracts CLOSED

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

IAPC Annual Education and Research Seminar 2013

Full presentations available to download in the Knowledge Centre

Online Catalogue - Palliative Care Audits, Evaluations & Research in Ireland

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

IAPC Directory of Specialist Palliative Care Services in Ireland 2012

The Directory provides full details of Palliative Care services in Ireland.

 

 

 

The online Directory can be found by clicking

Families & Bereavement

Date: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th May 2012

Time: 9.15am-4.15pm

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

Location: Irish Hospice Foundation