Delivering excellence in Palliative Care
2nd March 2017
Manchester Central Complex, city centre
Following the success of the first Palliative Care conference last year, the event focuses on innovative approaches and excellence in practice development across a variety of settings and areas of the country. Talks are designed to share knowledge and experiences using evidence that can be taken back and utilised. The structure of the day lends itself to interacting with all the speakers and providing the opportunity to network and exchange ideas and information with palliative care colleagues from all over the country.
Putting palliative care in its place: are we meeting patient's choices at the end of life?
Thinking about dying makes you live better - supporting people with learning disabilities
Referred children and young people's groups and growing your own nurses
Benefits of palliative care in-reach in the acute care hub
Implementing NICE guidelines for care of the dying person in an acute hospital setting
End of life in prisons
Overcoming barriers - intrathecal drug delivery in the west of Scoltand
Striving for excellence in palliative care
The virtual reality of dying: applications of high fidelity simulation in end of life education