Open Forum Events are pleased to host a further conference focusing on Palliative and End of Life care. This latest event is the third in a highly successful series of mindful events that brings together those affected by and caring for people nearing the end of their lives.
Approximately half a million people die every year in the UK. Three-quarters of these deaths are not sudden but are expected, requiring specialist care and treatment during the final days, in accordance with the wishes of patients and their families. The Palliative and End of Life Care: Tackling Variations, Eradicating Inequalities conference aims to confront the inconsistencies and seek to provide the answers to providing standardised, personalised care to everyone, everywhere.
The event will discuss where and why the anomalies arise in the standards of provision and how equity in access, quality and experience can be achieved for all terminally ill people, across all of society.
The day will feature a highly informative agenda, presenting speakers who are experts in their field, plus examples of best practice which delegates may feel appropriate to adopt into their own provision arrangements. Delegates will have the opportunity to question, discuss and debate the very latest thinking, as well as share their own stories and experiences with the conference.