Rehabilitative Palliative Care – making it work in practice: Innovations and insights from interdisciplinary initiatives across the UK

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  • Location: London, WC1X 9JG, United Kingdom
  • Date: 06 Jun 2019
  • Address: 34-44 Britannia Street

A one-day interactive workshop event that focuses on sharing the latest innovations and learning from implementing Rehabilitative approaches in palliative care practice. The event follows on from the launch of the Hospice UK publication on Rehabilitative Palliative Care in 2015. We'll be showcasing and disseminating learning from hospice rehabilitative initiatives such as those  supported by the 2016 St James Place funding, alongside other innovative projects in the wider palliative care field. 

By exploring in detail interdisciplinary rehab initiatives from across the UK – highlighting successes, challenges, what works, what doesn’t, we'll focus on understanding and unpicking the ‘why’ so that our shared learning can go on to shape future rehabilitative palliative care practice. The day will inform a brief e-update paper for UK Hospices.

By the end of the event participants will be able to

• Identify at least three elements critical to the successful implementation of Rehabilitative Palliative Care in practice

• Understand what factors can contribute to Rehabilitative Palliative Care initiatives being less effective and why

• Identify at least two key actions they will take back to their work place to shape Rehabilitative Palliative Care practice
 

Facilitator/s

Rebecca Tiberini, Director of Wellbeing Services, St Michaels Hospice, Hastings

Who should attend?

Palliative Care professionals, AHPs, nurses, wider MDT with interest in rehabilitative palliative care.

Date 6 June 2019
 Location Hospice House
34-44 Britannia Street,
London,
WC1X 9JG
 Price £110.00 plus VAT (£132.00 including VAT)
Who can attend?  Members and subscribers of Hospice UK only

For more information contact Ruth Reid, Courses and Conferences Manager or contact Amber Morgan Programmes Coordinator with any queries relating to registration.

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