To provide congress delegates with additional networking opportunities, we have scheduled interactive focus sessions that will run daily in parallel from 17:30-18:30 on the 25th and 26th of October.
The aim of these sessions, led by an expert working in the palliative care sector, is to foster interactions and exchanges between delegates from different international cultures and backgrounds by bringing together smaller groups of participants with common interests to explore more challenging topics linked to the themes of the plenary presentations.
Please note that networking sessions can only be booked on-line congress registration page in connection with the registration for the congress.
Participation in the networking sessions will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants, places will be allocated on a first come first-served basis.
Terms and Conditions:
- It is possible to sign up for only one session daily
- Participation in the focus sessions is free (please register only if you are truly interested in attending as you may preclude another delegate from participating)
IT’S NOT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE NETWORKING SESSION ON THE DAYS OF THE CONGRESS
- Intractable Symptoms in Children with Severe Impairment of the Central Nervous System: What Defines Success when Elimination of Symptoms is not Possible? – Julie Hauer
- Parents’ Time and Space when a Sick Twin Child is Surviving – Graziella Fava Vizziello
- Preventing or Reducing Needle Pain for Hospitalized Children – Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf
- How to assess and manage the distressed non verbal child in PPC – Satbir Singh Jassal
- Prenatal diagnosis of Life-Limiting Genetic Condition Complicated with Severe Cardiac Anomalies – Elvira Parravicini
- Preparing for The Withdrawal of Life Sustaining Therapy in Paediatric ICU in Diverse Cultural Contexts – Daniel Garros
- Encounters at the Time of Death – Richard Goldstein
- Paediatric Palliative Care in Acute Communicable Diseases – Michelle Adrienne Meiring