London End of Life Care regional event

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On 17 April 2018. the London End of Life Care Clinical Network, in conjunction with RM Partners and PallE8, held a regional London event to gather influential commissioners, providers, social care and voluntary sector colleagues for a day of updates, information and workshops.EOLC event

Presentations are now available for download:

Plenary sessions

Parallel sessions – Session 1

  • My CMC – Prof Julia Riley – Clinical Lead and Gerard Bowden, Clinical Quality Manager, Coordinate my Care
  • London Ambulance Service – Briony Sloper – Deputy Director of Nursing and Quality, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
  • Supporting residents to stay in their care home in the last months of life – Viccie Nelson, Programme Director,& Clare O’Sullivan, GP, Sutton Clinical Commissioning Group & Corinne Campion, Clinical Nurse Specialist , Supportive Care Home Team, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
  • Integrated Urgent Care and NHS 111 – Adam Duncan – Head of Quality and Governance, & Helen O’Shaughnessy – 111 Service Manager, London Central & West Unscheduled Care Collaborative

PARALLEL SESSIONS – SESSION 2

  • Dementia - Dr Juliette Brown – Consultant Psychiatrist (Older Adults) and Dr Cate Bailey, Specialist Registrar in Liaison Psychiatry, City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Prognostication: why and how? – Dr Andrew Thorns – Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Medical Director, Pilgrims Hospice
  • Community interventions in end of life care – Dr Libby Sallnow – Palliative care registrar, University College London Hospitals, doctoral student, Univ of Edinburgh, research assistant University College London