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Why end of life companionship matters: Connecting the experience of hospitals, hospices, community, online and faith groups

Date:
Thursday 22nd September 2022
Time:
9.30am-4pm
Venue:
Waldegrave Suite and Online via Zoom

Hosted by St Mary’s University’s Centre for the Art of Dying Well, this conference will profile examples of end of life companionship in a range of different contexts, including online.

It will bring together health and social care professionals and volunteers working in hospitals, hospices and community settings to learn, network and share individual and programme experiences both during and post lockdown.

As well as keynote speakers and interactive workshops, there will be time for networking and discussion.

Timings

09.30 Registration and welcome coffee

10.00 Start

16.00 Finish

Confirmed speakers and organisations

These include:

  • Professor John Ellershaw - Head of the Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool
  • Anita Hayes - Head of Learning and Workforce - Hospice UK
  • Dr Kathryn Mannix - retired palliative care doctor and author of 'With the End in Mind' and 'Listen' will join us online
  • Sue Ryder Online Bereavement Community
  • Compassionate Communities
  • St. Vincent de Paul Society (England and Wales)
  • Eden Care UK
  • Baroness Ilora Finlay - Doctor, Professor of Palliative Medicine and a Crossbench member of the House of Lords will join us online.

Registration

Day rate (in-person) £35 which includes:

  • Access to conference and workshop sessions
  • Lunch and refreshments.

Day rate (on Zoom) £15 which includes live online access to conference and workshop sessions.

Some concessions available - please contact, Alejandra at aodw@svp.org.uk

View the conference programme

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Date:
Thursday 22nd September 2022
Time:
9.30am-4pm
Venue:
Waldegrave Suite and Online via Zoom

Find out more

For more information about this event please email conferences@stmarys.ac.uk or call 020 8240 8219.

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