Programme

NAHH Conference Programme 2019*                                          


Back to the Future: Respecting the Fundamentals


Day 1: Thursday 19 September 2019

Time

Session

Speaker

09:30

Registration and Refreshments

Facilitated Networking Session, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

10:30

Welcome

NAHH Co-Chair/Trustees

10:35

Chair's Opening Remarks

Marie Cooper

Independent  Nurse Consultant -Palliative and End of Life Care  

 

 

10:45

 

Keynote Speaker followed by Q&A 

Moving House: Workforce Resilience in Challenging Times

Philip Larkin

Professor of Palliative Care Nursing and Academic Director, The Institute of Higher Education and Research in Care, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

 

11:45

 

Wellbeing and Enablement

Erika Lipscombe

Director of Clinical Services, Rowans Hospice

12:15

Foundation Stones: Core Values and Ideas as a basis for Building Palliative Care Services

Kevin Chesters

Living Well Team Manager, Douglas Macmillan Hospice

12:45

Networking, Exhibition and Posters

13:30

Seated Lunch and Networking

14:00

Frailty and the Social Process of Dying

Dr Joy Ross

Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Frailty Lead, St Christopher’s Hospice

 

Fiona Hodson

Consultant Nurse, Frailty Lead, St Christopher’s Hospice

15:00

Is the hospice business model broken?

David Burland

Director, DB Associates

15:30

NAHH Forum Discussion/Q&A

Facilitated by NAHH Trustees

15:45

Afternoon Refreshments, Exhibitors and Posters

16:15

Your Shout

Facilitated by NAHH Trustees

17:15

Summary of the Day

Marie Cooper

Independent  Nurse Consultant -Palliative and End of Life Care

19:00

Pre-Dinner Drinks

19:30

Conference Dinner and Quiz

Day 2: Friday 20 September 2019

Time

 

Session

Speaker

From 07:30

Breakfast (residential conference attendees only)

09:00

Welcome

NAHH Co-Chair and Trustee

Annual General Meeting (AGM)

09:25

Chair's Opening Remarks

Marie Cooper

Independent  Nurse Consultant -Palliative and End of Life Care

 

09:30

Acute Palliative Care

Dr Emma Husbands

Consultant Palliative Medicine, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Sarah Walters

Clinical Lead Urgent Care, Gloucestershire Care Services

10:30

Refreshments

11:00

Rennie Grove Research Finding Effectiveness and Cost Implications of Running a Night Service

Professor Stephen Spiro

Chair of Trustees, Rennie Grove Hospice Care

12:00

Seated Lunch and Networking

12:45

Supporting Children and Young People Pre and Post Bereavement - Challenges and Success Stories

Sarah Dowd

Professional Lead-Senior Social Worker, Princess Alice Hospice

13:30

The Role Of A Hospice Motor Neurone Disease Co-Ordinator In Meeting The Challenges Of Supporting People Living With MND In The Community

Lisa Pyrgourdes

Motor Neurone Disease Coordinator, Farleigh Hospice

Nikki Tuff

Day and Therapy Team Lead, Farleigh Hospice

14:15

Chair's Closing Remarks

Marie Cooper

Independent  Nurse Consultant -Palliative and End of Life Care

*subject to change



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