Nigel Hartley

Nigel has worked in end-of-life care for almost 30 years, between 2003 and 2015 as Director of Supportive Care at the St Christopher’s where he was responsible for transforming day and outpatient services, developing volunteers and also leading on community engagement.
Nigel Hartley

He previously held posts at London Lighthouse, a centre for those living with HIV/AIDS, and also at Sir Michael Sobell House Hospice in Oxford. He has a postgraduate qualification in management from Ashridge Business School, England and has an international reputation as a teacher and lecturer. 

Nigel is also an experienced published writer having authored numerous articles, chapters and books. His books include ‘End of Life Care – a guide for therapists, artists and arts therapists’ (2014), and the latest co-edited publication ‘Spirituality in Hospice Care’ (2017) both published by Jessica Kingsley Publications.

Nigel also sits on the editorial board of the journal ‘Mortality’ – which promotes the interdisciplinary study of death and dying. He is a visiting academic at the University of Southampton and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is currently Chief Executive Officer at Mountbatten, Isle of Wight in the South of England.

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