If you have had an experience of care at the end of life that was well co-ordinated, or an experience that wasn’t positive, or you have an interest in end of life care, we would really like you to get involved in this project. We understand that talking about the end of life is not always easy, and some people may not wish to discuss their own experiences face to face. Others may want to join workshops and may be interested in getting involved with further pieces of work as the project continues. We are offering a number of ways to get involved in this project:

Tell us your Story (February – March 2018)

Tell us about your experiences of services working together at the end of life, whether this was a positive or a negative experience. You can do this using our online form or if you would prefer, you can contact us to make arrangements for us to meet and hear your story in person.

Workshops and Online Engagement (March – May 2018)

From March – May, we will be running a series of three workshops to discuss ideas about how we can meet the challenges involved in co-ordinating care for people at the end of life. If you attend a workshop, you will be working alongside patients, family members, volunteers and staff to share ideas about how we can connect services better. Each workshop will be run twice to allow as many people as possible to take part.

If you are unable to attend the workshops in person, you will still be able to give contribute online and your views will be incorporated into discussions at the workshops.

Details of the workshops are available here.

Summaries of the discussions at workshops will be uploaded to this website, so please visit the website regularly for further updates and resources.