St Clare Hospice Palliative Care Conference 2023 – talks & slides


Plenary 1

Realising the Ambitions Framework for Palliative and End-of-Life Care: Learning from research. Professor Erica Borgstrom

Parallel sessions AM

Symptom Management
Managing cancer pain.
Dr Sarah Foot
Clearing up the confusion. Managing delirium towards the end-of-life.
Dr Beth Williams

Compassionate Communities
Compassionate Communities: How do we know if we are making a difference?
Dr Guy Peryer
Compassionate Neighbours: A movement for change.
Kate Heaps

Palliative Care in Care Homes
Supporting dementia in palliative care.
Caroline Ashton-Gough
Nursing homes and the St Clare Hospice Partnership Project.
Dr Junko Suzuki

Plenary 2

Palliative care learning and education: Vital for everyone working in health and social care. Professor Stephen Barclay.

Plenary Performance

‘Nothing out of the ordinary’ – A theatrical performance by Haylo Theatre Company.

Parallel sessions PM

Contemporary issues in palliative care
Nutrition and lifestyle to support management of metastatic cancer.
Professor Robert Thomas
‘I Just Want to be Me’: Trans and Gender Diverse Communities’ Access to and Experiences of Palliative and End-of-Life Care.
Liv Warnes

Psychological support and bereavement care
‘I’m not just a patient.’
Patricia McCrossan
Bereavement care and the Grief Recovery Method.
Laureen Hemming

Patient and carer voices
DNACPR conversations and me.
Trevor Farrington
○ Life Stories: Everyone has a story to tell.
Barbara Altounyan

Plenary 4

Spiritual aspects of distress in end-of-life care. Revd. Dr Peter Speck.