Join Sally Muylders, Community and Involvement Manager at St Clare Hospice, for this free lunchtime lecture exploring how co-production and the development of peer support models can help build resilience around death and dying.
This Masterclass will be running at a slightly later time of 2pm and will last for two hours. During this time, Sally will discuss how to empower individuals and communities to think and talk about, and plan for, death – thereby helping to ‘bring death home’.
Sally will explore the use of co-production in palliative care, how to develop peer support networks around death and dying and how to support the creation of compassionate communities.
“Death and dying is a universal experience – we can all expect it, along with the bereavement which follows it,” comments Sally. “However, in many parts of our society, death has been medicalised and hidden from view – leading to inequity, anxiety and ignorance; people have no idea what will happen to them and no one knows how to advocate on behalf of themselves or a loved one to ensure that they have a good death.”
Click on this registration link to book your place on this free lunchtime lecture that will be delivered via Zoom.