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NAHH Annual Conference 2024 – Save the Date!

Posted on 28th November 2022 by

You will be pleased to know that the NAHH Conference 2024 will be a live event so save the date now, Thursday 20 June 2024.

The NAHH Trustees are currently planning a great programme of learning and networking for the coming year and we encourage you to join us for as many as possible.  This is a great opportunity to also connect with other NAHH Member organisations.

More details on how to book will be available soon


2023-2024 Membership

Posted on 21st November 2019 by

Are you an organisation with a Hospice at Home service?  Why not join today and benefit from a full range of benefits including:

  • Access to the reduced Member Rate when registering for the NAHH annual conference
  • Access to the Members area of the website
  • Coffee and chat programme for learning
  • Free advertising on the NAHH website
  • Networking opportunities and support from the Hospice at Home community

The cost of renewal remains, as in recent years at £125.  This rate is per organisation and gives you and your team access to all the benefits outlined below.  We are very aware of the rising costs being faced by every organisation and hope that the decision to hold our rates again this year will be another way the NAHH can support you.

Find more details here.

NEW publication from the British Liver Trust

Posted on 22nd March 2019 by

British Liver Trust have a new publication called Thinking ahead: Planning for your future when you have advanced liver disease.

The aim of the publication, which was produced in collaboration with the UK’s leading experts in supportive and palliative care, is to raise awareness of the support services available to those living with advanced liver disease, and advise on how to access them.   There is a perception that palliative care particularly is available only in the last weeks or days of life, while in fact it may be accessed at any stage of a life-limiting illness to help with symptom management and / or the planning of future care.

The publication would be of interest to those living with advanced liver disease or caring for someone with advanced liver disease – click here for more information.