Friday 22 November 2019

8.30am onwards 
Registration and exhibition opens
9.00 - 10.15
Parallel sessions 5

5.1 Conference papers: workforce support and development (abstracts selected via the Call for Papers) 

  • Welcoming FREDIE - Dallas Pounds, Chief Executive, Royal Trinity Hospice
  • Staff wellbeing in UK childrens' hospices (SWiCH): a mixed-methods study - Dr Andrew Papworth, Research Fellow, University of York
  • Using Project ECHO to deliver palliative care education and support across multiple settings - Dr Janet Diffin, Evaluation Fellow, Hospice UK
  • Recommendations for comprehensive person-centered carer support, UK survey of current provision - Dr James Higgerson, Research Associate, University of Manchester

5.2 Are we really supporting family carers? - Kirsten Alderson, Chief Executive, Suffolk Family Carers; Professor Gunn Grande, Professor of Palliative Care, the University of Manchester; Professor Philippa Hunter-Jones, Director of Ethics, University of Liverpool Management School  

5.3 ‘Trip wires’ and risk - Anna Bennett, Charities Partner, haysmacintyre; Craig Duncan, Chief Operating Officer, Hospice UK  

5.4 Triple value and population healthcareMark Jarman-Howe, Chief Executive, and Dr Karen Chumbley, Deputy Chief Executive and Medical Director, St Helena; Dr Tim Wilson, Managing Director, Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare  

5.5 How can Dying Matters campaign help your hospice and your community? - Toby Scott, Head of Communications and Campaigns and Stephanie Owens, Senior Communications Officer, Hospice UK; Diane Parkes, Head of Brand and Media, John Taylor Hospice

10.15 - 11.00 
Refreshments and exhibition viewing

11.00 - 11.45
Hospice UK AGM followed by Plenary 5

11.45 - 13.00 
Lunch and exhibition viewing
13.00 - 14.00
Parallel sessions 6

6.1 Conference papers: community engagement and collaboration (abstracts selected via the Call for Papers)

  • How can communities support carers: developing community capacity and capability?  - Gina King, NHSE EoL Lead and Hospice UK Associate
  • Last Aid - Taking a European approach to aid development of Compassionate Communities in Highland - Siobhan Neylon, Learning and Development Practice Lead, Highland Hospice
  • Care improvement and end of life: a partnership approach - Emily Pardoe-Billings, Dementia Advisor, St Giles Hospice 

6.2 Gypsies and Travellers  - Sarah Sweeney, Communications and Health Policy Coordinator, and Avril Fuller, Outreach and Youth Coordinator, Friends, Families and Travellers 

6.3 Supporting fundraisers to be resilient - Hannah Massarella, Founder, Bird Counsulting; Claire Warner, Consultant, Trustee of Forget me Not Children's Hospice and former hospice fundraiser

6.4 Towards a new national data set for hospice care: findings of proof of concept - Kathleen Caper, Head of Policy and Advocacy, Hospice UK; Emily Dobson, St Michael's Hospice Harrogate

6.5 'To err is human’: patient safety in hospice care - Karen Taylor, Director of Clinical Services, Martlets Hospice; Jane Eades, Head of Quality Improvement, Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead

14.00 - 14.15 
Break to move rooms
14.15 - 15.00
Plenary 6

Dr Margaret Heffernan, Entrepreneur, Chief Executive and Author 

15.00 - 15.15 
Conference close and 'drinks to go'.

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