3 November 2017
Registration and tea/coffee
Introduction by Nigel Hartley, Chief Executive Officer, Earl Mountbatten Hospice
Professor David Clarke:
The longer history of hospice and palliative care and its relevance today
Coffee and an opportunity to meet our exhibitors:
Domiciliary Care Agencies
Hospital Palliative care Team
Paul Howard, Consultant in Palliative Medicine GPs
Jane Hazeldine, Director of Psychosocial and Spiritual Care and Kate Golding, Young Adults' Service Lead Children’s Service
Jill George, Admiral Nurse Dementia awareness: this experiential workshop will give you an awareness of how people with dementia experience everyday life, and an overview of the different types of dementia.
The Legacy of Dr Kate Granger MBE - ‘Through Adversity comes Legacy’
Depression and Dignity at the end of life - what have we learnt in the last 50 years?
2:30pm Seminar /Workshops
Dinah Hickish/Jackie Whiller Nurse Led
Liz Arnold/Christina Ginsburg Rapid Response Team / Domiciliary Care: this workshop will include sharing stories from the patients we cared for underpinned by the mission, vision and values of the hospice, that enable us to be responsive, innovative and bold.
Sue Duke and Dee Curless Education and Research
Carol Davis Hospital Palliative Care Team
Hospice Care: the future
4:45pm Q & A Session
5pm Conference Close