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Monthly Bereavement Special Interest Group Talks | February - July 2017
Wed 26 April 2017, 12:00 – 13:00 BST
Leeds Bereavement Forum run a series of free monthly lunchtime Special Interest Group talks covering different issues surrounding death, dying and loss. Speakers cover a variety of subjects such as what makes a good funeral, advance decisions, end of life care and bereavement in Leeds hospitals and lots more. Open to all we hope our free talks will be the perfect networking opportunity and a different place to eat your lunchtime sandwiches!
From December 2016 until July 2017 Leeds City Museum is running a Dying Matters Exhibition. In partnership with Leeds Museums and Galleries our monthly talks during this time will run at Leeds City Museum. The talks will normally be held on the last Wednesday of the month from midday until 1pm.
Please note between August and December our talks will be at Oxford Place Centre. To see our list of talks and to book please visit Eventbrite.
2017 Talks | February - July
Venue: Leeds City Museum
22 February | Mark Hibbert and Chris Stothard | Bereavement Services Co-ordinator and End of Life Care Nurse, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust | End of Life Care and Bereavement in Leeds hospitals
29 March | Sarah Jones | Full Circle Funerals | A Good Funeral
26 April | Professor Celia Kitzinger | Chartered Psychologist and Fellow of the British Psychological Society, University of York | Advance Decisions
24 May | Caroline Lloyd | Bereavement Counsellor currently researching for a PhD in bereavement | Grief Demystified
28 June | Ian Leech | Community Engagement Manager, St Giles Hospice | This Grieving Man – the death of my daughter and my bereavement experience
19 July | (Steven Piatczanyn | University of Liverpool | ‘We were in a partnership that wasn’t recognised by anyone else’ examining the effects of Male Gay Partner Bereavement, Masculinity and Identity CANCELLED) unfortunately Steven can no longer take this talk and has been replaced by Dr Sue Westwood | University of Keele | Invisible grief: Loss of a partner/significant other among older lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer LGBTQ people