Sue also headed up the Scientific Committee which lead the organizing of the first International Children’s Palliative Care Conference in Mumbai, India in February 2014. Sue is stepping down as the Canadian representative effective June 2014 and I would like to thank Sue for her leadership and commitment to the cause of advancing palliative care for Children worldwide.
The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) is a worldwide network of individuals and agencies working with children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.
ICPCN shares a vision that the total needs of life-limited children and their families should be met, to encompass physical, emotional, social, spiritual and developmental aspects of care.
One of its key tasks is developing an “International Directory” of children’s palliative care professionals across the world. So why not become part of the network of organisations and individuals working in children’s palliative care from all over the world? Visit the website at www.icpcn.org.