NAHH Annual Conference – 20 June 2024

Posted on 26th January 2024 by

The NAHH would like to invite you to the annual NAHH conference. We are delighted to be hosting in person this year and look forward to meeting you all again to share, support, network and reflect on these challenging times. It is an exciting opportunity to think about how we develop Hospice@Home services into the future to ensure robust delivery for the patients and carers but also to maintain resilient amongst the people who care.  We have great speakers booked, sponsors to talk to about the latest  trends and opportunities to talk. See you there!

More details on how to book will be available soon via the Events page.

The Learning Network: Dates 2024

Posted on 26th January 2024 by

13 March
Karen Dodd and Annie Gough, Welfare Officers, Defence Medical Welfare Service
Armed Forces Covenant

15 May
Felicity Hasson, Senior Lecturer, Ulster University
Exploring the role of the healthcare assistant in the out of hour period across the UK, with a focus on hospice at home services

11 September
Alexandra Rowles, Specialist Dietician, Dorothy House Hospice Care

11 December
Deanna Mezen, Advanced Clinical Nurse Practitioner, HMP Oakwood
Prison Service

If you are a member of the NAHH, please contact nahh@compleatgroup.co.uk to book your place!

Our online ‘Coffee & Chat’ Sessions are now called The Learning Network!

Posted on 21st November 2023 by

NAHH would like to welcome you to the new ‘Learning Network’. This will replace the current ‘Coffee & Chat’ in order to reflect a learning and networking approach.

It is an opportunity to learn, revisit and reflect on current topics and themes with like minded health care professionals. By sharing current practice and past experiences we aim to ensure patients and carers are given the best possible support.

The next Learning Network is:

13 December 2023

Coping with Loss and Grief by Sue Eskins, our very own NAHH Vice Chair and Trustee.

If you are a member, book your place now.

The dates for our 2024 Learning Network will be published soon.

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.

Improving Transitions for Young People Fund

Posted on 3rd January 2018 by

Together for Short Lives has launched a ground-breaking new funding programme to help address the cliff edge in care experienced by young adults in their transition from children’s to adult services. The programme is funding innovative projects that have the potential to transform the experience of young people with life-limiting conditions as they prepare for and move on to adult services.


Applications for Round Two of the Improving Transitions for Young People Fund will open in March 2018. The Together for Short Lives website will be updated with more details when they are available: http://www.togetherforshortlives.org.uk/transitionawards


NAHH response to NICE call for evidence – End of Life Care services

Posted on 12th September 2016 by

The NAHH have sent a succinct report to NICE regarding End of Life Care services which includes citing several examples provided by member services in the last 12 months.

The report is available to download here

The NAHH thanks contributors and welcome any further responses and is aware that some member services will have submitted more detailed evidence on behalf of your Hospice at Home service through their organisation.


Article written by NAHH’s Kay Greene & Lesley Spencer published in European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC)

Posted on 4th August 2016 by

The NAHH Trustees are delighted to share the news that a recent article written by Kay Greene and Lesley Spencer, has been published in the European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC). The article outlines the NAHH strategy and explains who the NAHH is and what our Association’s goals are.

The article can be downloaded here -> 

This document is held under copyright by Hayward Group Ltd, publisher of the European Journal of Palliative Care. It may be downloaded for single academic use only. Reproduction for any other purpose is not allowed. For further information, please contact the editorial team by clicking here.