Annual Conference 2022

“Bringing Death Back Into Life :

Re-building the Future of Palliative and End of Life Care”

Thursday 29 September 2022

Forest Hills Hotel, Frodsham

This year our annual conference will be looking at the recent report of the Lancet Commission The Value of Death: bringing death back into life. 

How people die has changed radically over recent generations. Death comes later in life for many and dying is often prolonged. Death and dying have moved from a family and community setting into the care of health systems. The roles of families and communities have receded as death and dying have become unfamiliar and skills, traditions, and knowledge are lost.

The Value of Death: bringing death back into life

Our conference themes are based on the recommendations of the Lancet Commission report, The Value of Death: bringing death back into life (.pdf) which sets out five principles of a realistic utopia, a new vision of how death and dying could be. The five principals are:

  1. The social determinants of death, dying, and grieving are tackled
  2. Dying is understood to be a relational and spiritual process rather than simply a physiological event
  3. Networks of care lead support for people dying, caring, and grieving
  4. Conversations and stories about everyday death, dying, and grief become common
  5. Death is recognised as having value

Speakers

We have a great line up of speakers including:

Dr Libby Sallnow

Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Group, University College London

Dr Karen Groves MBE

Medical & Education Director, Queenscourt Hospice; Honorary Clinical Professor, Edge Hill University

Dr Charlotte Chamberlain

NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Medicine at NHS/University of Bristol.

Workshops (choice of two)

  • End of life anticipatory prescribing
  • Supporting compassion through Schwartz rounds
  • Working with inequality groups
  • Use of data and evidence in the future
  • Public Health approach

Stands

To be confirmed

Cost

Cost for the conference is £35 including refreshments and free parking.

Booking information

To book your place please visit: Eventbrite.

Feedback from previous conferences

The End of Life Partnership’s annual conference is always a great event. The speakers were brilliant offering some fascinating insights into their chosen topics.  The Digital session was particularly good with some interesting and thought provoking information.

Thanks for another brilliant conference.

Kath Davies (pronouns: she/her)

Clinical Network Coordinator North West Coast Clinical Networks

Palliative and End of Life Care Cheshire & Merseyside Partnership

Palliative and End of Life Care Lancs & South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership

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Please call 01270 310260 or email info@eolp.org.uk

 

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