Conference 2016 – materials
On November 19th the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network held our 2nd annual conference. The theme was Quality Support: The Way Forward Standards | Care | Research and included a range of speakers from Ireland, the UK and Germany.
Below you will find the presentations and visual recording of each speaker, delivering their speech, and some background information on their personal biographies.
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