Home What we offer Courses, conferences and learning events Conferences Hospice UK National Conference Video Video Watch videos from the Hospice UK National Conferences held since 2012. 2019 National Conference The 2019 Hospice UK National Conference returned to Liverpool, and was packed with some great presentations, some of which are available to view below. Watch the playlist Tracey Bleakley - Chief Executive's Keynote 2019 Dr Mark Taubert - Palliative care, the media, and me Lucas Morin - Too much, too late: data, drugs and dying Brand, trust and your reputation Margaret Heffernan - How to prepare for a revolution James Norris and Barbara Altounyan - Thinking ahead and looking back Engaging effectively with people with lived experience Strategic alliances: The only way demand for end of life care can be met? Transition and change - an unexpected generation Too much, too late? De-escalation of curative treatment - a challenge for all Triple value and population healthcare Supporting fundraisers to be resilient 2018 National Conference Watch videos from many of the main plenary sessions, and some of the parallel sessions at the conference staged in Telford. Watch the playlist Tracey Bleakley - Chief Executive's Keynote Dr Kathryn Mannix - Death stories: truth and consolation A tale of two hospices: partnership, integration and merger? Living well with dementia Caring for LGBT people The end of life as we know it: exploring innovation in end of life support A little more action, a little less conversation: the importance of collaboration Project ECHO commissioning: opportunities and challenges for hospices What legacy are you leaving your hospice? Living with life-limiting illness: children and young people Palliative care for people experiencing homelessness Brexit and its impact on charities and the health sector Nurses' perception of caring for children after organ donation in cool rooms How do UK hospices support families with dependent children? Results from a survey Children's palliative care nurse rotation posts 2017 National Conference Watch videos from the main plenary sessions, and some of the parallel sessions held in the main hall of the conference, which was held in Liverpool. Watch the playlist Dame Joan Bakewell - straight talking about death and dying Dr Rachel Clarke - from journalism to junior doctor Andy Lowndes, the Music Detective - a Playlist for Life Linda Magistris - why bereavement support really matters Professor Irene J. Higginson - what does the future hold for dying people in the UK? Mike Bennett - rhetoric, research and reality: access to palliative care in the UK Cormac Russell - returning death back to the community Frailty: whose job is it anyway? Dr Fliss Murtagh and Peter May - using outcomes to make a difference Integration in the real world of care Embracing digital: why it matters Applying design thinking in end of life care 2016 National Conference Watch videos from the main plenary sessions of the 2016 National Conference. Watch the playlist Maintaining identity and value during advancing illness Designing for death and wellness To comfort always: lessons from the past to inform the future 2015 National Conference Watch videos from many of the sessions from the 2015 National Conference. Watch the playlist Telemedicine - the future is here: part 1 Telemedicine - the future is here: part 2 Death, dying and the Daily Mail Assisted dying - the impact of change on hospices: part 1 Assisted dying - the impact of change on hospices: part 2 A radical approach to community nursing: part 1 A radical approach to community nursing: part 2 Providing better care to more people - an introduction to Project ECHO Love your data - stories by numbers: part 1 Love your data - stories by numbers: part 2 Maggie's Choir Danse Macabre New partnerships - lessons for all: part 1 New partnerships - lessons for all: part 2 Hospitals and hospices - challenges and possibilities: part 1 Hospitals and hospices - challenges and possibilities: part 2 Moving stories to provoke and challenge Frailty and older people - creative approaches to care and ageing Death anxiety - what does it mean for hospice care?