Thursday, 27 November, 2014
Daresbury Park, Warrington
1.15pm - 4.30pm
End of Life issues affect health and wellbeing in many ways including illness, disability, caring responsibility and bereavement.
 
This Masterclass aims to highlight the rationale for Public Health Approaches to End of Life and the importance of bringing the two paradigms together. This event will enable individuals to explore the successes and challenges of establishing public health approaches which focus on improving End of Life Experience and Care.
 

The masterclass will be chaired by Pauline Ong, Professor of Health Services Research at Keele University and will include keynote presentations from:

·         Professor Allan Kellehear, Professor of Community Health, School of Health & Education, Middlesex University

·         Nuzhat Ali, Lead- Older Adults Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England

·         Rachel Zammit, Macmillan Head of Public Health and Wellbeing, The End of Life Partnership

Delegates who will have an interest in this event will include colleagues from the following disciplines: Public Health, End of Life Care, Social Care, Voluntary and Community Sector.

Cost: £25 To include refreshments.
 

 

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