On 1st May 2018 we held a one-day event: “Care towards the end of life: research into practice”.
It showcased our current and recent work.
We discussed how best to disseminate our work and make it even more relevant.
Thank you to all who joined us and contributed to a thought-provoking and vibrant day!
We are also grateful for the exceptionally positive feedback.
You can find most of the presentations below.
Keynote address: “Using patient experience to shape service development” – Roberta Lovick, Founder, Louise Hamilton Centre, Great Yarmouth
“Trust Building in Palliative and End of Life Care: Role of Religious Knowledge, Language, & Authority. Muslim perspectives on end of life care decision making” – Dr Mehrunisha Suleman
“Experience and management of cancer-related fatigue in teenagers and young adults” – Dr Anna Spathis
“Hospital admissions close to the end of life” – Dr Sarah Hoare
“On bridge building, data sharing and responsibility in end of life care” – Dr Mila Petrova
Discussion: How can our research be transferred into practice?
“Transferring hospice inpatients to care homes at the end of life: views of hospice multidisciplinary team” – Dr Tabitha Thomas
“Anticipatory prescribing: the research agenda” – Ben Bowers and Dr Richella Ryan
“Bereavement research” – Dr Pia Thiemann
“Advance Care Planning with frail elderly” – Dr Tim Sharp
Discussion: From your experience, what further research should our group focus on?
“Care towards the end of life. We can do, we must do better” – Dr Stephen Barclay
Blog by Mila on Patient and Public Involvement inspired by Roberta’s keynote address.