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Current Issues in Palliative Care 2018 - NCF Discount

23 April 2018

We are delighted to announce an offer to all National Care Forum members a 20% discount on the 13th national Current Issues in Palliative Care conference.

The programme for this CPD certified meeting covers a broad range of chronic conditions, ensuring the most comprehensive update on best practice. 

Care specific for renal disease, neurological conditions and advance lung disease will be discussed.

The meeting will also emphasise the importance of improving patient centred care, with compassionate communication and individualised care being key themes of the entire conference.

Highlights will include:

  • Dr Paul Farquhar-Smith Clinical advances in analgesia
  • Dr Emma Hall Priorities of care in last days and hours of life
  • Professor David Oliver Challenges of palliative care in neurodegenerative conditions
  • Heather Matthews The challenges of advanced lung disease
  • Professor Edqina Brown Palliative care for end-stage renal failure
  • Dr Cate Seton-Jones Case Study: Management of complex multimorbidity
  • Professor Derek Willis Ethical considerations of advance care planning
For more information please visit the website  or contact Jack Tituana: 020 7501 6761 or jack.tituana@markallengroup.com

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