Questions & answers

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who Can Become a Member of IAPC?

Membership in the Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) is open to professionals across various disciplines involved in palliative care, including doctors, nurses, social workers, counsellors, therapists, educators, administrators, and more.

2. What Benefits Come with IAPC Membership?
  • Education, networking and development opportunities.
  • Access to membership only events such as workshops & webinars.
  • Free membership to the European Association of Palliative Care (EAPC).
  • Access to a knowledge sharing network of 53 national palliative care associations in 30 European countries.
  • Reduced rates for IAPC & EAPC events.
  • CPD points for relevant events.
  • Access to the members only section of the IAPC website.
3. Who are the members of IAPC?

Membership of the IAPC is made up of doctors, nurses, educators, therapists, dietitians, chaplains, allied health professionals and many others with an interest in palliative care.

4. Does the membership run from Jan – Dec annually?

Membership runs from the date of joining i.e. if you join in March your membership runs from March – March.  Statements will be issued several times throughout the year.

Should I notify you if my details have changed?

Yes.  Please advise any of your details change, home address, work address, work title, phone number & email.

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