Friday 24 November 2017

8.30am onwards
Registration and exhibition opens

09.00 - 09.45
Plenary session
Rhetoric, research and reality: access to palliative care in the UK 
Professor Mike Bennett, St Gemma's Professor of Palliative Medicine, University of Leeds Matthew Allsop, Research Fellow in Applied Health, University of Leeds

09.45 - 10.00
Break to move rooms

10.00 - 11.15
Parallel sessions 5

5.1    Conference papers - Reaching out: primary care, care homes and ambulance services (four abstracts selected via the Call for Papers)
GPs' experiences and perceptions of a hospice service: a qualitative evaluation
Dr Sarah Onions, Speciality Doctor, St Richard’s Hospice and Macmillan GP
GSF and hospice partnership working as regional centres delivering GSF care homes training
Professor Keri Thomas OBE, National Clinical Lead, Gold Standards Framework

Evaluation of the ‘Hospice in your care home’ project
Katherine Froggatt, Professor of Ageing and Palliative Care, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University

When 999 gets called at the end of life. Equipping ambulance clinicians to promote a dignified death
Claire Nicell, Lecturer Practitioner, The Hospice of St Francis

5.2    What role can hospices play in reducing the number of people dying inappropriately in hospital?  Introducing the HOLISTIC project 

Jacquie White, Deputy Director for Long Term Conditions, Older People and End of Life Care, NHS England; 
Dr Yvonne Anderson, Director,  Dr Steven Walker, Director and Claire Hawksworth, Project Manager, St Giles Medical
Mark Jarman-Howe, Chief Executive, St Helena Hospice; 
Andy Shaw, Head of Community Services, St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth 

5.3    What we can learn from Award Winners? Poor prognosis letters, corneal donations and Compassionate City initiatives 

Sarah Mollart, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, St Nicholas Hospice Care;
Dr Colette Reid, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust 
Liz Messenger, Head of Public Health (Older People), Adults and Health Directorate, Leeds City Council
Chris Stothard
, End of Life Care Nurse, Leeds Teaching Hospitals

5.4    Digital transformation

Zoe Amar, founder and Director of Zoe Amar Communications

5.5   Conference papers - Lessons learnt in engagement and governance

(this session includes three abstracts selected via the Call for Papers and a presentation from Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care)

Driving culture change - cross-organisational engagement with people with personal experience
Andrea Dechamps, Director of Patient and Family Support, St Wilfrid's Hospice, Eastbourne
CQC requires ‘Improvement’ to ‘Outstanding’ in one year: a hospice journey
Kerry Harrison, Patient Services Director, Heart of Kent Hospice
From crisis to opportunity
Dr Gill Horne, Director of Patient Care, Rowcroft Hospice 
Hospice inspections – and implications of hospices moving from adult social care to a health framework 
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care and Carolyn Jenkinson, Head of Hospital Inspection, Care Quality Commission  

11.15 - 12.00
Refreshments and exhibition viewing

12.00 - 12.45
Plenary session 4

Returning death back to community

Cormac Russell, Managing Director of Nurture Development

12.45 - 14.00
Lunch and exhibition viewing

Lunchtime sessions
13.10 - 13.50  Oral poster showcase
13.10 – 13.50 e-ELCA: e-Learning to enhance education and training for end of life care

Victoria Winlow, Implementation and Relationship Management Lead, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare  
Dr Richard Kitchen, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Ardgowan Hospice and Inverclyde Royal Hospital; APM e-ELCA Lead 

14.00 - 15.15
Parallel sessions 6

6.1   Conference papers - Leaning in: transformation, privilege and magical care ( abstracts selected via the Call for Papers)
Virtual reality transforming the lives of terminally ill patients
Katherine Pabla, Business Manager and John Knight, Chief Executive, LOROS
The pressure and privilege of providing palliative care professionally to friends, family and colleagues 
Lottie Morris, Clinical Psychologist and Ben Harris, Clinical Director, Hospice Isle of Man
Dealing with the ‘difficult stuff’, working in a non-clinical team in a UK hospice
Fran Hyde, PhD Candidate/University lecturer
Rehabilitation provision across UK hospice services
Lucy Fettes, Research Assistant, Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College, London 
6.2  Primary palliative care: working across boundaries

Kay Greene, Director of Clinical Services, Mary Ann Evans Hospice; Chair and Trustee, National Association for Hospice at Home
Dr Lucy Martin, Medical Director Mary Stevens Hospice and Macmillan GP

6.3  Collaboration – proactive approaches to shape change

Steve Curry, Chief Executive, Harlington Hospice 
Philippa Shreeve, Director of Clinical Services and Alison Hembrow, Clinical Nurse Specialist for Support and Information, Treetops Hospice Care
Glynis Atherton
, Chief Executive, Hospiscare;
Dr Gill Horne, Director of Patient Care, Rowcroft Hospice;

6.4  Devolution  
6.5  Applying design thinking in end of life care

Barbara Gale, Chief Executive, St Nicholas Hospice Care 
Ivor Williams
, Senior Design Centre, Helix Centre
Professor Bill Noble, Executive Medical Director, Marie Curie
Sarah Gillinson, Chief Executive, Innovation Unit

15.25 - 15.45
Conference close

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