The Images of Care and Dying series consisted of 5 seminars on the difficult feelings and dilemmas which clinicians experience when caring for their dying patients. Each seminar examined issues of end of life care through the lens of film. It featured guest speakers from both policy and academia.
Young people who have had cancer can suffer with severe exhaustion for months or even years after their treatment has ended. Many patients were left unable to study, work or socialise, according to research led by Dr Anna Spathis, Associate Specialty Director in Palliative Medicine at the Primary Care Unit and Consultant in Palliative Medicine, […]
5 Sep 2017, 3:30-5 pm, Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Prof. Merryn Gott, Professor of Health Sciences, University of Auckland will present research on how ‘avoidable’ and ‘unwanted’ hospital admissions are for people with palliative care needs.
The first two years of the five year Marie Curie Design to Care Programme, launched 25th April 2017, brings together experts from palliative care, engineering, design and social sciences to address the complex palliative care needs of the UK’s ageing population. The programme will develop a new approach to designing personalised care for people at […]