Webinar Series

PPCC (Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition), GIPPCC (Greater Illinois Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition), CHPCC (Children’s Hospice & Palliative Care Coalition of California), and the CSU Shiley Haynes Institute for Palliative Care have collaborated to offer the PPC Webinar Series to raise the visibility of pediatric palliative care and to build clinicians’ competencies and confidence.


Upcoming Webinar

May 17, 2022

12:00 PST  |  1:00 MST  |  2:00 CST  |  3:00 EST

The Perinatal Palliative Care Birth Plan as an Advance Care Planning Tool

Families facing life-limiting or complex fetal diagnoses face the challenge of navigating goals of care for a baby that they have yet to meet. With the support of perinatal palliative care teams, parents can create a space for grief, advocate for value-driven care, and honor the life of the child during ongoing pregnancy and into the newborn period. The perinatal palliative care birth plan acts as an advance care planning tool for families facing complicated pregnancies and one which has both therapeutic and functional roles in communication and family empowerment.


2022 PCC Webinar Series Calendar


Discharge from Hospital to Home: The CAITLYNN Project*  a Model of Excellence


An Interdisciplinary Approach to Delivery of Culturally Humble Care


Minute to Minute Mindfulness:  Self-care Strategies for Busy Lives


Understanding the Emotional Well-Being of Family Caregivers of Children with Medical Complexity


The Perinatal Palliative Care Birth Plan as an Advance Care Planning Tool


Understanding the Lived Experience of Siblings of Children with Severe Neurologic Impairment


Creating Legacy:  Developing End of LIfe Protocols Following the Death of a Child


Conversations Matter: pediatric Advance Care Planning (pACP) and Shared Decision Making with Adolescents Living with a Serious Illness


Interprofessional Spiritual Care for Pediatric Palliative Care


A Collaborative Approach to Addressing Trauma and Building Resilience in Pediatric Palliative Care Providers


Palliative Care: A Cloak of Comfort in Sickle Cell Disease


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