The series of three lectures asks: “Can death get any better?”
In the opening lecture (in Edinburgh on 21 January) Dr David Reilly, Director of the Wellness Enhancement Learning Programme, will explore ‘Uniting love and skill in the art of human caring’.
The February lecture (Glasgow, 25 February) will feature Dr Bee Wee, National Clinical Director for End of Life Care for NHS England, speaking on the subject of ‘Care for older people towards the end of life: tensions and challenges’.
The lecture series closes (Edinburgh, 25 March) with a lecture on ‘Living and dying in very old age: the limits of choice’, by Professor Tony Walter, Director of the University of Bath Centre for Death & Society.
For further information or to book any of the events in the series, please contact Susan Lowes, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Scotland at firstname.lastname@example.org