Wednesday 28 November 2018

7.45am onwards
Registration and exhibition opens
7.45 - 8.35
Breakfast event

Using ECHO to establish new networks and communities of practice. Your questions answered #AllTeachAllLearn  - Members of the ECHO team and hospice Hubs from across the UK 

8.45 - 9.50
Hospice UK AGM followed by plenary session 3

Vicky Browning, Chief Executive, ACEVO  

Break to move rooms
10.00 - 11.15
Parallel sessions 5:

5.1  Palliative care for people experiencing homelessness - Dr Caroline Shulman, General Practitioner in Homeless and Inclusion Health; Dr Briony Hudson, Researcher, UCL Department of Psychiatry; Niamh Brophy, Palliative Care Coordinator, St Mungo’s     
Chair and contributor Caroline Bernard, Head of Policy and Communications, Homeless Link

5.2 Bereavement care for the 21st century - Alison Penny, Director of the Childhood Bereavement Network; Dr Marilyn Relf, Chair, National Bereavement Alliance; Rev Dr Andrew Goodhead, Spiritual Care Lead, St Christopher’s; Bianca Neumann-May, Psychologist, St Nicholas Hospice Care  

5.3 The psychology of giving- Meg Abdy, Project development and social research, Legacy Foresight; Chris Millward, Director of Consultancy, Legacy Voice 

5.4 Workforce - Jonathan Ellis, Director of Advocacy and Change and Carole Walford, Chief Clinical Officer, Hospice UK        

5.5 Conference papers (4 abstracts selected via the Call for Papers) 

11.15 - 12.00
Refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

12.00 - 13.15
Parallel sessions 6:

6.1  Reputation and trust

6.2  Caring for LGBT people - Dallas Pounds, Chief Executive, Royal Trinity Hospice; Dr Kimberly Acquaviva, Professor, The George Washington University School of Nursing; Dr Katherine Bristowe, Principal Investigator, ACCESSCare, King’s College London; Claude Chidiac, Lecturer, St Francis Hospice  

6.3  Reflections on families and caring in the 21st centuryProfessor Gunn Grande, Professor of Palliative Care, The University of Manchester; Dr Jenny Strachan, Chief Psychologist, St Columba’s Hospice

6.4 TBC 

6.5  Conference papers (4 abstracts selected via the Call for Papers)

13.15 - 14.15
Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing
Drinks reception for Hospice trustees
14.15 - 15.15
Parallel sessions 7:

7.1  Diversity in governance: what can it do for your hospice and how to achieve it - Kai Adams, Head of Charities & Social Enterprise, Green Park; Geoff Pringle, Chair, Hospiscare Exeter

7.2  ‘Memory Bridge’ - Michael Verde, Founder and President of Memory Bridge: The Foundation for Alzheimer’s and Cultural Memory; Liz Bryan, Director of Education and Training, St Christopher’s

7.3 TBC

7.4 TBC

7.5  Conference papers (3 abstracts selected via the Call for Papers) 

Break to move rooms
15.20 - 16.10
Plenary session 4

Dr Kathryn Mannix, Author and Campaigner; retired palliative physician

Conference closes

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