Pediatric Palliative Care SIG - NAPNAP

Pediatric Palliative Care SIG

NAPNAP Pediatric Palliative Care SIG

Established in 2012, the purpose of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners’ (NAPNAP) Pediatric Palliative Care Special Interest Group (PPC SIG) is to focus on educating the NAPNAP membership regarding the definition and scope of pediatric palliative care, including ways in which it can be applied in various types of settings and practices.

Pediatric palliative care is the active total care of the child’s body, mind and spirit. It involves giving support to the family, begins when illness is diagnosed and continues regardless of whether or not a child receives disease directed treatment.

Our PPC SIG can offer support to members working within pediatric palliative care specifically, as well as different disease populations.

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  • Increase SIG member involvement at annual SIG meeting, SIG showcase and offering a raffle to two SIG members for conference registration.
  • Support palliative care initiatives locally and nationally by creating and distributing an electronic newsletter, which includes information about symptom management, new publications and educational opportunities.
  • Increase awareness of palliative care/pediatric palliative care by hosting a NAPNAP Book Club and TeamPeds: Pediatric Lingo Bingo activity.
  • Support member continuing education and participation at the NAPNAP conferences and activities.
  • Conversation starter – Having a conversation with your seriously ill child – The Conversation Project and The Institute for Healthcare Improvement
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