The End of Life Care Congress and broadcast is the unique, up to the minute briefing event for senior policy makers where you can hear how others are taking steps towards commissioning the quality care people want, truly understanding people’s need at the end of life, and working together towards an integrated service.
As the Government discuss the implications of the Dilnott report and possible new financial mechanisms for funding end of life care, the imperative for end of life care services is to provide, quality, dignity and choice and avoid unnecessary readmissions. Forward thinking services need to adapt their plans
Elizabeth Garrood, Co-ordinator and Project Lead for Rare and Rapidly Progressing Neurological Conditions, Hertfordshire Neurological Service;
Emma Day, PhD Student, UCL Institute of Child Health.
Dee Curliss, Macmillan Nurse, CNS, Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
Angela Ashcroft, Teaching Team Leader, Cheshire Hospices Education.