Collaborating with Communities: Transforming End of Life Experiences Together

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Looking at community power to support people at end of life.

Are you interested in changing the way you work with local communities but not sure where to start?

Do you need support in making the case for working differently?

Growing awareness of end of life inequalities and the role that communities do and can play in end of life support has led to an NHS Ambition being one which asks the community to be prepared to care.

But what does that actually mean? Are we asking people to help out the health system for free, or can we achieve a greater change? How should healthcare organisations change to better collaborate in community settings?

Join us for this one-day interactive and practical event exploring how we could work collaboratively in local places to improve everyone’s experiences of end of life, for everyone’s benefit.

In this conference you’ll hear from people within healthcare systems on how they have made changes, and hear from local community leaders on what good partnerships look like to them, and what more equitable relationships and resource might look like.

The emphasis of the day will be creating a space for learning together – helping people exchange helpful, practical ideas and conversation about how we can think about relationships, initiatives and co-working styles for local and place-based working.

Join us if you’re interested in

  • changing the way, you think about community potential and thinking about where to start
  • practical workshops that help you gain new skills
  • developing the confidence to make your existing work more change-focused or equitable
  • learning about how non-medical methods can help tackle over-medicalisation and support people’s wellbeing.

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Event overview

  • 02 May, 2024
  • One day conference
  • 10am to 4.30pm
  • £160 plus VAT
  • St Christopher’s CARE

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St Christopher's CARE


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