This one-day workshop is our annual flagship event for hospice communications staff from public relations, marketing, digital communications and fundraising (at all levels, including officers, managers and heads of department).
At this year’s event we will focus on the theme of story-telling. We'll explore how hospices can make the most of their “narrative assets” and use different techniques and new channels to create compelling content that brings their hospice’s story to life and enhances their brand presence.
Note: the workshop is now fully booked, but we'll be livestreaming one of the morning sessions and we'd encourage you to register your interest in the event so we can invite you to join the livestream.
For more information read the draft programme.
The aims of the day are to
- enable hospice communicators to learn more about recent key changes in the external communications environment - and predicted future trends - that are relevant to their work
- inspire and energise participants with new ideas and exposure to different communications techniques and tools
- provide a platform to showcase innovative hospice communications
Barbara Altounyan, from the The Hospice Biographers. An experienced broadcaster, Barbara has worked with BBC, ITV and C4, creating shows such as Trust Me I'm a Doctor and Heir Hunters.
Euan Robinson, Filmmaker (shot Hospice UK's Open Up Hospice Care campaign)
Who should attend?
This workshop is for Hospice communications staff at all levels working in public relations, marketing, digital communications and fundraising and is only open to members of Hospice UK.
|15 September 2017
||Registration 9.30 to start at 10.00 am - 4pm
||Keech Hospice Care, Great Bramingham Lane, Streatley, LUTON, Bedfordshire, LU3 3NT
||£110.00 ex. VAT (£132.00 total)