NAHH Annual Conference 2017


NAHH Annual Conference 2017


“Inspiring Our Communities: Time for Change in End of Life Care”


Kents Hill Park Conference and Training Centre, Milton Keynes.


Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017.

conference testimonialTestimonials

“This was my first opportunity to attend the conference. What a privilege it was. Came away with much more much information then I could have hoped for. Information I can also share with the Practise development team …... Excellent facilities available to us at the Conference centre.”

“The relevance, calibre and enthusiasm of the speakers was excellent and hugely inspirational. Equally was evident the passion, commitment and professionalism of the NAHH executive committee members.”

“Excellent conference, brilliant.”

“It was my first time attending a conference like this, I was hoping to network and gain ideas from other areas, the conference far exceeded my expectations, extremely friendly environment as alone visitor this was important to me. I was able to meet others and will definitely remain in contact in order to move practice and services forward.”

conference programmeConference Programme

The NAHH 2017 conference programme is available below:

conference themeConference Theme

The annual conference of the National Association for Hospice at Home was held at Kents Hill Park Conference and Training Centre, Milton Keynes. on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th October 2017. The theme was:

“Inspiring Our Communities: Time for Change in End of Life Care”.



Marie Cooper
Practice Development Lead, Hospice UK.
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Keynote Speakers

Professor Max Watson
Director of Project ECHO, Hospice UK
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Professor Bee Wee
National Clinical Director for End of Life Care, NHS England
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Dr Libby Sallnow
SpR Palliative Medicine UCLH.
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Jonathan Ellis
Director of Advocacy & Change, Hospice UK.
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Other Speakers

Gunn Grande
Professor of Palliative Care, University of Manchester.
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Gail Ewing
Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge.
Biography coming soon.

Clare Perryman
Carer Companion, Princess Alice Hospice.
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Brendan Martin
Public World.
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Paul Cronin
Chief Executive, Severn Hospice.
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Dr Tim Cockle
Head of Digital Strategy, Eduserv.
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Helen Finlinson
St Elizabeth Hospice
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conference evaluationConference evaluation

The NAHH 2017 conference evaluated extremely well and we thank everyone who provided feedback. This will assist the Executive Committee greatly in the planning of the 2018 Conference. For details see the commending report below:

The NAHH Trustees would like to thank Eduserv for their sponsorship of this event.

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