The final programme for the conference is now available to download from the ICPCN website. The programme includes three pre-conference workshops, five applied workshops and the première of five short films on children’s palliative care.
Final arrangements for the conference have now begun in earnest and the team in Mumbai eagerly await the arrival of the delegates from 30 different countries around the world.
“The calibre of keynote and plenary speakers presenting at the conference, as well as the exciting events we have lined up for delegates, will make it one to remember,” says Prof Julia Downing, Scientific Conference Chair.
“India has never before been host to this many ‘greats’ in the world of children’s palliative care and it would be a huge pity for those working with children in the field of health care and who live in and around Mumbai, to miss this opportunity to learn from them,” she added.
There are still places available and there is still time to register for and attend the conference. But time is very short for those who live outside of India, as a visa is required.
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Further information can be found on the International Children’s edition of ehospice.