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Current practice, research and debates

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Presented as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week, this event is an opportunity to learn about recent research related to decision-making and advance care planning in incurable conditions, and the theoretical debates and practical challenges informing that research.

Programme:

09.30 Registration and coffee

10.00 Welcome and introductions
Dr John Troyer, Director, Centre for Death & Society, and Professor Richard Huxtable, Director, Centre for Ethics & Medicine.

10.15 The challenges of supporting patient-centred decision-making and communicating these decisions across settings
Colette Reid, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University Hospitals Bristol, NHS Foundation Trust

10.45 Decision-making theory and applicability to advanced renal disease
Barny Hole, Nephrologist, Southmead Hospital and PhD student, University of Bristol

11.15 Coffee

11.45 Advance Decisions: Not Worth the Paper They’re (Not) Written On
Professor Richard Huxtable

12.15 Planning ahead - an opportunity to think about some of your own wishes and preferences
Facilitated by Dr John Troyer

12.45 Lunch

13.45 End of life care: A scoping review of experiences of Advance Care Planning for people with dementia
Kerry Jones, Open University

14.15 Our Journey and Challenges around End of Life Planning in Dementia Care
Samantha Shanks, Team Manager at Devon Partnership NHS Trust

14.45 A human rights approach to advocacy for people with dementia: A review of current provision in England and Wales
Jeremy Dixon, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Bath

15:15 Coffee

15:45 Panel discussion and closing thoughts
Chaired by Dr John Troyer and Prof Richard Huxtable

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