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March 2017

The APM Supportive and Palliative Care (ASP) Conference

March 30 - May 31
Belfast Waterfront, Belfast, Ireland + Google Map

The programme includes parallel sessions from various APM committees: Ethics, Science, Juniors, Trainees and SSAS. Early bird closes 5pm (GMT) Wednesday 1 February

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Improving Support for Young Carers

March 30 @ 10:15 am - 4:30 pm
Central London, London, United Kingdom + Google Map

Identifying Priorities, Raising Awareness and Increasing Identification A Public Policy Exchange Symposium Download the Flyer

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April 2017
£120

Teenagers and bereavement

April 25 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Suite 1, Victoria Buildings, High Street,
Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1QS United Kingdom
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An interactive workshop to explore the experience of bereaved teenagers and identify ways to provide appropriate support.  This training is suitable for all professionals who come into contact with bereaved teenagers in the course of their work, whether in the statutory or voluntary sector. For more information go to: www.childbereavementuk.org/courses Venue: Suite 1, Victoria Buildings, High Street, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1QS Contact: email hidden; JavaScript is required Time: 10am-4pm Fee: £120

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£ 120

Working with children and young people in fractured families

April 26 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Child Bereavement UK, Wycombe Road, Saunderton
Buckinghamshire, HP14 4HU
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A multi-disciplinary workshop which provides an opportunity for professionals and volunteers in a supporting role to explore the impact of the death of a child on the bereaved family as well as on themselves; the sharing of experiences is a valuable part of the workshop. For more information go to: www.childbereavementuk.org/courses Venue: Child Bereavement UK, Clare Charity Centre, Bucks, HP14 4BF Contact: email hidden; JavaScript is required Time: 10am-4pm Fee: £120

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2017 Education in Palliative and End-of-Life Care (EPEC) – Pediatrics

April 28 - April 29
Intercontinental Montreal, 360 rue Saint-Antoine Ouest
Montreal, QUebac H2Y 3X4 Canada
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The EPEC-Pediatrics curriculum features state-of-the-art knowledge in pain and symptom management, as well as training in the skills required to address key domains for pediatric palliative care. The curriculum is designed to give pediatric healthcare providers, and especially pediatric oncology specialists, the knowledge and skills needed to provide excellent palliative care to their patients and their families. Based on the well-established and proven training methods of EPEC, this curriculum features a high impact, widely disseminated approach that utilizes a train-the-trainer…

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May 2017

Religion and Futility in the Intensive Care Unit

May 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom + Google Map

The University of Oxford Faculty of Philosophy are hosting an event on 'Religion and Futility in the Intensive Care Unit' A child is critically ill in the intensive unit. Doctors believe that the child’s prognosis is very poor and that treatment should be withdrawn. However, her parents do not agree. They say that it is contrary to their religion to stop treatment. How often is religion a source of disagreement about treatment in intensive care? What are the views of major…

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£300

Together for Short Lives Conference 2017

May 10 - May 11
Conference Aston Meeting Suites (CAMS), Aston University
Birmingham, B47ET United Kingdom
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Defining moments in children's palliative care: Transforming the family experience Every family caring for a child with a life-limiting condition goes through many critical points throughout their journey together. Some points are challenging and others require a major transformation in how their child’s care is delivered. And some fail – because services and systems are either missing or fragmented. By working together, we can start to transform this journey for children, young people and their family. #TFSLconf | email hidden; JavaScript is required | 0117 989…

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£90

The challenges of supporting parents through the neonatal experience

May 11 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Travelers, 3rd Floor, Exchequer Court, 33 St Mary Ave,
London, EC3A 8AG United Kingdom
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A one-day workshops which explore key areas of neonatal care including loss and grief, Communication, the parents’ perspective, as well as the moral and ethical issues around end of life and palliative care.  The workshop is highly-evaluated by those whose work brings them into contact with families facing the loss of their newborn. For more information go to: www.childbereavementuk.org/courses Venue: Travelers, 3rd floor, Exchequer Court, 33 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8AG Contact: email hidden; JavaScript is required Time: 9.30am-4pm Fee: £90 with kind…

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£120

Supporting parents through pregnancy loss and the death of a baby

May 17 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Child Bereavement UK, Wycombe Road, Saunderton
Buckinghamshire, HP14 4HU
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This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on the family, and to identify the communication skills required, as outlined in 'Pregnancy Loss and Death of a Baby: Guidelines for Professionals' 3rd edition Schott, Henley & Kohner: Sands 2007. For more information go to: www.childbereavementuk.org/courses Venue: Child Bereavement UK, Clare Charity Centre, Bucks, HP14 4BF Contact: email hidden; JavaScript is required Time: 10am-4pm Fee: £120

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EAPC 2017 – 15th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care

May 18 @ 8:00 am - May 20 @ 5:00 pm
IFEMA Feria de Madrid, North Convention Center, Avda. del Partenón, 5
Madrid, 28042 Spain
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The congress will provide the opportunity for delegates to discuss advances in the field of palliative care, to debate how access to palliative care is developing globally, to assess the integration of palliative care across healthcare systems and ultimately to affirm, change and develop our multi-professional practice.

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