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Rehabilitation in Palliative & End of Life Care: relieving suffering, promoting resilience and self-management
Cost: £75 with lunch included and all refreshments
(book by 3 August 2012 and receive our early bird discount of £65)
Target audience: ALL staff who work with people with advanced, progressive disease.
Learn from and listen to speakers who are expert practitioners and researchers in palliative rehabilitation.
Reflect on your own practice, discuss with colleagues, and think about ways in which rehabilitation could promote quality of life for people with advanced, progressive disease.
- ~ Aspirations for rehabilitation in palliative care - what patients are telling us
- ~ Exploring concepts of rehabiliation - making it work in practice
- ~ Engaging with your patients' stories of loss and hope ... creating mutual understanding of rehabilitation
Jo Bayly - Physiotherapy Specialist in Palliative Care, Woodlands Hospice, Aintree, Liverpool
Denise Bevan - Systemic Family Psychotherapist, Family Support Team Manager, St Rocco's Hospice, Warrington
Dr Gail Eva, Research Fellow, Dept of Brain Repair & Rehabilitation, UCL Institute of Neurology, University Colleage, London
Rebecca Jennings - Speicialist Palliative care Physiotherapist/Therapy Services Manager, St Joseph's Hospice, London
Kathleen Vandenberghe - Head of Family Support & Counselling Team, St Luke's (Cheshire ) Hospice, Winsford