Pediatric E-Journal, produced by the NHPCO
Pediatric E-Journal - Virtual Modalities Including Telehealth in Pediatric Palliative / Hospice Care, May 2021, Issue #63
Pediatric E-Journal - Living with Covid-19, Feb 2021, Issue #62
Pediatric E-Journal - Self-Care, Nov 2021, Issue #61
Pediatric E-Journal - Care Throughout the Dying Process, Aug 2020, Issue #60
Pediatric E-Journal - Legislative Issues, Feb 2020, Issue #58
See page 25 for a feature article by PPCC Executive Director, Betsey Hawley. “Collaboration and Partnership is Key to Advocacy in Pennsylvania”
PPCC and the Funeral Service Foundation - Youth & Funerals, Oct 2020
Medicare Establishes Criteria to Allow Hospices to Accept Prescription Orders from Physician Assistants, Jan 2020
Post, Arnall Coldren Gregory LLP, JD Supra
Opportunities for Palliative Care in Patients with Burn Injury - A Systematic Review, Jan 2020
Article, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management
Pittsburgh doctor shares struggles and privilege of treating dying children
Article, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
For Kids with Cancer, Focusing on Quality of Life
Article, NY Times
The Question: So, how may kids do you have?
Blog, Courageous Parents Network
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