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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: .. Search.. All.. Articles.. News Events.. Useful Links.. Coleraine House Coleraine Street, Dublin 7.. Call us : +353 1 873 4735.. Email us : info@palliativecare.. ie.. Home.. What We Do.. Palliative Nursing Forum.. Education & Research Forum.. Palliative Care Social Work Group.. Children's Palliative Care SIG.. Palliative Care Pharmacists Group.. Ethics Working Group.. Pastoral Care Chaplaincy.. Who We Are.. Board & Executive Administration.. Knowledge Centre.. Knowledge Centre Home.. Palliative Care Research Catalogue.. Videos.. Publications & Downloads.. IAPC NEWS Online Editions.. Palliative Care Education.. IAPC Gallery.. Palliative care services in Ireland.. Membership.. Get in Touch.. Member Login.. I forgot my password.. How do I become a member?.. Find catalogue, publications, videos, downloads and more in our Knowledge Centre.. Looking for the HSE Palliative Care Programme? - Click here.. Recent Videos.. Catalogue | Publications | Videos  ...   provides full details of Palliative Care services in Ireland.. All News & Events.. Full News Stories and Current Events.. Newsletter 'IAPC NEWS'.. click to read!.. See All Past Issues.. Previous issues from 'IAPC NEWS'.. Directory of Palliative Care Services.. Select a county to view Palliative Care services.. IAPC Forums and Working Groups.. Public Information Page.. Member only discussion (login required).. Palliative Care Social Workers.. Stay In Touch.. Join our email list and we'll email you with news and updates and advance notice of IAPC events.. We keep your email private.. Join.. info@palliativecare.. +353 1 873 4735.. Irish Association for Palliative Care.. Coleraine House.. Coleraine Street.. Dublin 7.. Open 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday.. Copyright 2012 | IAPC | All rights reserved |.. Terms and Conditions of use.. |.. Disclaimer.. Privacy Policy.. Eazy Internet Marketing..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: What We D0.. Become a Member.. Representatice body of palliative care professionals on the island of Ireland.. find out more >.. What does the Irish Association for Palliative Care do?.. Established in 1993, The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) is an all island body that exists to promote palliative care nationally and internationally through opportunities for networking, education, publications, and representation on national bodies.. The Association is the primary collective and expert voice for palliative care in Ireland.. It plays a vital role in the development of national policy for patient-centred, equitable and accessible  ...   work in or have a professional interest in the provision of palliative care.. Led by a Chairperson and Board of Directors who are elected by the members, the Association is organized around a number of working groups.. These groups are designed to create a forum for shared best practice and learning opportunities, and for members to further their professional development, education and research.. The working groups inform the strategic direction and policy decisions of the Board, thereby creating a strong foundation for the IAPC s position as the primary collective voice for palliative care in Ireland..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: Join the largest representatice body of palliative care professionals on the island of Ireland.. find out more>.. The Palliative Care Nursing Forum, also known as the Nursing Advisory Forum, is the IAPC s longest established working group.. Strongly supporting the Association s core purpose of building capacity in palliative care at the individual level and at the sector level on the island of Ireland, the work of the Forum focuses on clinical nursing issues pertinent to palliative care, and which are  ...   IAPC Board on matters relevant to palliative care nursing.. Currently engaged in a strategic review of its activities, the Forum is conducting a.. structured dialogue.. with all levels of Palliative Care Nurses, and with the wider Nursing community.. From this process it will develop an action plan that will guide the Forum and drive its potential for the next two years.. Take Part.. Members of the Irish Association for Palliative Care have access to live discussions.. login and join the debate..

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    Descriptive info: The Education and Research Forum supports a major strand of the IAPC s core agenda.. The purpose of the Forum is to address Palliative Care education and research as it arises under the IAPC s mission.. The role of the Forum is to promote and accelerate the undertaking of research among palliative care practitioners and researchers on the island of Ireland, to promote evidence-based research, and to build and increase research capacity in the sector.. The IAPC Annual Education and Research Seminar is a major annual event for the Association.. The Forum also designs and delivers developmental opportunities for palliative care professionals undertaking research, such as workshops on abstract writing, presentation skills, and preparing research for publication.. Members of the Irish Association for  ...   Medical Social Worker.. Ms Geralyn Hynes.. Research Fellow.. Faculty of Nursing Midwifery.. Royal College of Surgeons Ireland.. Ms Orla Keegan.. Head of Education, Research Bereavement Services.. Irish Hospice Foundation, Dublin 2.. Ms Breda King.. CoOrdinator Home Care Team.. Galway Hospice Foundation.. Ms Mary Maher.. Nurse Practice Development CoOrdinator.. St Francis Hospice, Dublin 5.. Dr Louise Kinsella.. Clinical Psychologist.. St Vincent s University Hospital, Dublin 4.. Ms Niamh McEnerney.. Clinical Nurse Manager.. The Children s Sunshine Home, Dublin 18.. Dr Camilla Murtagh.. Milford Care Centre.. Castletroy, Co Limerick.. Dr Honor Nicholl.. Lecturer.. School of Nursing Midwifery.. Trinity College, Dublin.. Ms Morna O Hanlon.. Clincial Nurse Specialist.. Palliative Care Service.. St.. James Hospital, Dublin 8.. Ms Claire Quinn.. Lecturer/Module Leader.. National University of Ireland, Galway..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: Childrens Palliative Care SIG.. IAPC Palliative Care Social Workers Group.. The Irish Hospice and Palliative Care Social Work Group has been in existence since 1999.. Founded on the principle of promoting the highest standards of professional practice in palliative care through sharing knowledge, expertise and educational resources, and with the aim of influencing national practice and policy in relation to the provision of palliative care, this well-established and active national group has recently taken the decision to join the IAPC as an intact group.. The decision, warmly welcomed by the Chairperson, Professor Philip Larkin, and the members of the Board of the IAPC, represents many months of discussion and dialogue between the Group and the Association..  ...   known as the IAPC Palliaitive Care Social Work Group.. Representative of social work teams across the country, the Group s activities are focussed on improving palliative care through:.. Sharing up-to-date and relevant information related to palliative care.. Reviewing practice issues in light of competency standards.. Identifying social work training needs.. Designing and hosting educational events to develop expertise and competence.. Providing a forum for discussion on the scope and role of social work in palliative care.. Participating in and representing social work on regional and national bodies.. Providing a platform for social workers to contribute to national practice and policy matters.. Making submissions on social work and palliative care matters to government and decision-making bodies as appropriate..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: Also known as the Paediatric Palliative Care Group, the Children s Palliative Care Special Interest Group was established as a working group of the IAPC in November 2009.. With in excess of 30 members, it is a multidisciplinary group, representative of all the service providers of children s palliative care.. The Group addresses the emerging subspecialty of paediatric palliative care which is focussed on achieving the best possible quality of life for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and their families.. The role of the Children s Palliative Care SIG is  ...   care through the sharing of knowledge, learning, experience, skills and practice in relation to the care of children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.. a source of information and data.. on the provision of services related to children s palliative care on the island of Ireland.. an expert advisory group to the IAPC Board.. on key issues relating to the developing specialty of children s palliative care, including service provision and policy development, implementation and monitoring.. Childrens Palliative Members.. Ms Philomena Dunne.. Chief Executive.. Children s Sunshine Home.. Leopardstown Road.. Foxrock, Dublin 18..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: The IAPC Pharmacists Group is a network of pharmacists working in hospice and palliative care units across Ireland.. It supports the IAPC s role as the expert and representative body responsible for shaping improvements in the provision of palliative care in Ireland, with a mission to promote palliative care through education, representation on national bodies and networking.. The purpose of the Pharmacists Group is to strive for excellence in the pharmaceutical care provided by palliative care pharmacists so as to improve and enhance the care and quality of life of people with palliative care needs, and to advocate for and  ...   and advance pharmacy practice in palliative care.. It aims to represent the interests of palliative care pharmacy professionals at a national and at an all-island level.. Officers and Members of the Forum:.. Ms Grainne Keating.. Chief Pharmacist II.. Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.. Drogheda, Co.. Louth.. Ms Aileen Barry.. Senior Pharmacist.. Ms Anne Carmichael.. Pharmacy Services Manager.. Ms Annalisa Devenney.. Pharmacist.. Letterkenny General Hospital, Co.. Donegal.. Ms Aisleen Haughey.. Northwest Hospice, Co.. Sligo.. Ms Cliona Hayden.. Ms Karen Hodgson.. Chief Pharmacist.. Ms Fiona McGrehan.. Ms Ann O Connor.. Ms Eimear O Dwyer.. Ms Marie Wright.. Milford Care Centre, Co.. Limerick..

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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: The IAPC Ethics Working Group are responsible for developing and writing the IAPC Position and Discussion Papers in consultation with the Associations membership.. Ethics Working Group members.. IAPC Ethics Working Group Members.. Dr Joan Cunningham (Chairperson).. Consultant in Palliative Medicine,.. Our Lady s Hospice Care Services,.. Blackrock, Dublin.. Prof Bert Gordijn.. Chair of Ethics,.. Director, Institute of Ethics,.. Dublin City University.. Dr Regina McQuillan.. Beaumont Hospital and.. St Francis Hospice, Dublin.. Prof David Smith.. Associate Professor Healthcare Ethics,..

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  • Title: IAPC
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  • Title: IAPC
    Descriptive info: The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC), established in 1993, is an all-Ireland body that aims to promote palliative care nationally and internationally through education, publications, representation on national bodies and opportunities for networking.. It is a multi-professional organisation whose membership is open to clinical staff, including doctors, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists etc.. , managerial staff and volunteers who work or have a professional interest in palliative care throughout Ireland.. Individuals studying or working abroad are also welcome to join.. The Association is led by the Chairperson and Board of Directors elected from the membership.. Board of Directors..

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