The Clinical Network Forum

Overarching Objective

The clinical network forum will aim to ensure that the Yorkshire and Humber Children’s and Young People’s Palliative Care Network is able to share and support best practice in paediatric palliative clinical care. The aim is that all District General Hospitals and Community Nursing Teams across the Region have a dedicated YHCPCN representative that attends the Clinical Subgroup forums. 

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Purpose and core activities

The Clinical Forum will aim to:

  • To share best practice in paediatric palliative care through themed meetings
  • To enable members to bring difficult/complex cases for discussion in a safe confidential forum for advice/support
  • Report any clinical service issues that arise on clinical care to the YHCPCN executive and Network
  • Develop relationships with CDOP panels to gather data appropriate to CYP PPC that could be shared at network meeting annually

What's Coming Up?

Safeguarding and Palliative Care Training

  • 24th January 2019
  • 9.30
  • Delius Special School, Barkerend Rd, Bradford
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Annual Conference 2019: Ethical Dilemmas

  • 13th March 2019
  • 9:00 - 16:00
  • Cedar Court Hotel, Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove, Wakefield, WF4 3QZ
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Paediatric palliative care module

  • 10th April 2019
  • 9:00 - 16:00
  • various
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Annual Conference 2019: Ethical Dilemmas

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