good life, good death, good grief


Major new conference announced

In April, Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief and the Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care are hosting a major national conference to showcase and explore current thinking and practice relating to public health palliative care in Scotland.

The conference, entitled Everyday Compassion: Supportive responses to dying and bereavement by schools, neighbourhoods and workplaces will bring together experts from across Scotland and the UK. It will be a chance to explore this diverse field from various angles, including sessions focusing on:

  • Compassionate Communities
  • Death education and bereavement support in schools
  • My Power of Attorney Campaign
  • Health Inequalities

The programme will feature a high quality line-up of plenary speakers and provide those working in the field with an opportunity to network and share their work with a national audience. The event takes place on Wednesday 25th April 2018 at Renfield St Stephen Centre, Glasgow.

For full programme and booking details click here.

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