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In person and virtual attendance options

Abstract deadline:

15 JULY 2022

Hosted by the University of Liverpool in collaboration with the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person and endorsed by the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain & Ireland, the hybrid “Global Research and Future Innovations in Best Care for the Dying Person” conference will include a series of presentations and workshops from world leading clinicians and researchers, and an opportunity to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentation.

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Tea

08:45

09:45

09:55

10:15

10:35

10:55

11:20

11:40

12:00

12:20

12:30

13:30

15:15

15:35

15:55

16:15

16:30

Registration and coffee

Welcome and introduction to the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person

Professor John Ellershaw, Chair of the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person

The Future of End of Life Care:  What influences how and where we die?  An international study across 13 countries

Professor Agnes van der Heide, Erasmus University Medical Centre, The Netherlands

THURSDAY OCTOBER 13th 2022

RCP North, The Spine, Paddington Village, Liverpool L7 3FA

The National Audit of Care at the End of Life (NACEL)

Dr Suzanne Kite, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and NACEL Clinical Lead

Parliamentary and public engagement in end of life care

Professor Ilora Finlay, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff

Coffee

SESSION 1:  Chaired by Professor Carl Johan Fűrst, Lund University, Sweden

SESSION 2:  Chaired by Professor Catherine Walshe, Lancaster University, UK

Innovations in drug delivery at the end of life

Dr Andrew Dickman, University of Liverpool, UK

Diagnosing dying - myth or reality?

Dr Seamus Coyle, University of LIverpool, UK

Dying in the time of COVID-19:  The international CO-LIVE Study

Associate Professor Ida Korfage, Erasmus University Medical Centre, The Netherlands

Panel discussion

Lunch

SESSION 3:  Parallel Sessions

1.  Oral presentations from submitted abstracts (open to all attendees)

     Chaired by Dr Susie Wilkinson and Dr Vilma Tripodoro

2.  Quality improvement in care for the dying: international comparisons †

     Chaired by Dr Suzanne Kite and Associate Professor Mark Boughey

3.  Workshop:  Writing for publication †

     Chaired by Professor Catherine Walshe

4.  Technology in palliative and end of life care †

     Chaired by Professor Mark Taubert

SESSION 4:  Chaired by Professor John Ellershaw

Digital Legacy - benefit or burden?

Professor Mark Taubert, Cardiff University, UK

With the end in mind

Dr Kathryn Mannix, author and palliative care physician

Reflections on the day, including prizes for oral and poster presentations

Professor John Ellershaw

 

  Open to in-person attendees only

 

conference dinner

19:00, Wednesday 12th October 2022

Fifth Two, The London Carriage Works, Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9DA

Includes arrival drink, three course dinner and table wine.  £48 per person.

abstracts

The International Collaborative encourages conference participants to submit abstracts that share research, innovation and best practice in end of life care.  

 

The abstract submission proforma should be used for all submissions.  

 

Authors should remember that the abstract allows the reviewers to make an informed decision about the quality of the empirical/non-empirical work and its suitability for inclusion in the conference programme.

 

Abstracts will only be accepted from individuals registered to attend the conference.   

ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 15th JULY 2022

 

Fees

IN PERSON

VIRTUAL

International Collaborative Members

APM Members

Non-Members

£115

£130

£165

£70

£95

£120

Virtual delegates can enjoy the conference live on the day, or watch a recorded version in their own time.  The recording will be available online for 30 days after the event.

Registration fees for APM Members and Non-Members include six months' membership of the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person.