A better end to our story: improving end of life
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A better end to our story: improving end of life

A better end to our story: improving end of life

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Mary Sumner House

24 Tufton St

Westminster

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SW1P 3RB

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he end of our story is an important part of our story. As health services move to a person centered approach and public sector budgets continue to be squeezed it is important that we how we can work together to deliver this, not just as health and care professionals but looking at the practical, social and spiritual side of people’s needs.
We’ll hear from key speakers and collaborate using the tried and tested approach of workshops and discussion and by using new online collaboration tools and social media to ensure that we generate a genuinely useful set of recommendations for policy and practice.

We will be to share and discuss best practice and how we can make a real difference as well as consider how policy can be influenced. We will be using a collaborative approach and have limited places to ensure that we are able to co-create a strong outcome.

Speakers will include

  • Baroness Sally Greengross, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Aging

  • Usha Grieve, Director of Partnerships and Information. Compassion in Dying

  • Carol Munt, Co-Chair, NHS Thames Valley Patient Experience Operation Group

  • Simon Sandberg, Director Ergo Consulting

  • Clare Metcalf, Founder of Huunuu

What you will get from attending this seminar:

  • A broader understanding and perspectives about what a person centred approach to death and end of life really means

  • Practical ideas to implement and share with your colleagues to support people in their health care, social, practical and spiritual needs at the end of life.

  • Facilitated networking opportunities with your fellow participants

  • Access to an online collaboration forum, both before and after the event, to further develop ideas and connections

Accessibility

We aim to ensure that as many people as possible are able to collaborate with us. Therefore we make a limited number of places at our seminars available on a discounted basis, for those who wish to attend but whose circumstances mean they do not have the means to pay the full cost. Please contact us directly if you wish to apply for this explaining your situation. All decisions purely at our discretion. Alternatively, consider the online collaboration option, which we have made as affordable as possible.

We understand, some people may wish to take part in shaping the debate but either not be able to attend due to geography or other commitments - or indeed may not feel comfortable speaking up in person. Our online collaboration option includes the ability to contribute in an anonymised way, with only the administrator knowing who you are. We’d encourage you to sign up as an online collaborator if that is more comfortable for you.

We use accessible venues unless otherwise specified and we will always do our best to make reasonable adjustments to help people with other needs if you let us know. If you will need particular support, for example, autism-friendly information, sensory adjustments where possible or a space for your wheelchair please get in touch: events@holybrook-associates.co.uk The venue we have booked has a lift but it is an historical building and it is not a large lift. Please let us know if you have any questions about this.

FAQs

Is there an age limit to enter the event?

We do not have an age limit for this event, although we are discussing a sensitive topics. We will be discussing an issue that affects our young people, so we want to hear your voice. If you are teacher interested in bringing students or have them take part online please get in touch and we may be able to arrange a special discount for you.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email events@holybrook-associates.co.uk

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

For face to face participants yes. Please let us know as soon as possible so we can change the name on the badge and update your contact details, however, the person this is transferred to won't be able to take part in the online collaboration if the transfer is after this starts. For online collaborators, your involvement is linked to the email address you give us so we can't transfer your account once this starts.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

This might save you some time on registration but it is not essential.

Where is the event being held?

We will be holding the event in central Westminster, London and will update participants once the venue is confirmed.

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