Ireland’s 4th International Children’s
Palliative Care Conference:

Contemporary Challanges in the Care of Children with Complex and Palliative Care Needs
An Interdisciplinary Conference

Thursday 21st - Friday 22nd November 2019

National University of Ireland Galway.

#CPCCONF2019

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