16/03/2020 : Mortality Improvement Community Conversations About Death Dying

Mortality Improvement Community - Conversations About Death and Dying

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St Helens
Cumbria (GB036)
Tel 2020-03-16
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Mortality Improvement Community Conversations About Death Dying

The Mortality Improvement Community is sharing learning from the leading edge of end of life and mortality care and improvement. Sessions will be built around group member needs and will remain in development over the course of this years community. All sessions will be cross-sectoral and will include case studies from organisations at the leading edge.  The community will take place over four days this year. Attendance at all sessions is not compulsory - we would encourage you to attend the sessions that will be of most use to you in your current work. Who is this event aimed at? Police, Housing, Social Care, Acute Providers, Community Providers, Primary Care, Mental Health, Dental Practitioners, Care Homes, Service Users, Outreach teams and North West Ambulance Service.

What will attendees learn at this event? Opportunity as a group to develop own agenda or discussions on death and dying, around the question ‘How do we improve how we tackle death and dying in a healthcare environment’ Unearth what is important to us as a group Opportunity to discuss important topics in a peer to peer conversation Convener report to be made available to all participants within 4 weeks Further information: Sessions will be delivered as plenary sessions, open source conferencing, discussions and collaborative feedback. Lunch is provided. There will be no formal pre-work but attendees may be encouraged to access articles and materials related to the programme. Attendees will be expected to take the thinking and learning back to their organisations, work differently and collaborate with other organisations.
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