Best Practice Forum
For: All primary, secondary, palliative and community care professionals involved in end of life care.
Times: registration from 7pm, starts 7.30pm
With increasing fragmentation in clinical care, changes in out-of-hours provision, and the multitude of professional disciplines involved within any single patient’s journey, we have learnt that ‘together we can do more’. This is a unique forum. There are no hidden agendas, be they political, drug industry or provider-based. This is a great opportunity to overcome barriers and involve the opinions and expertise of the whole team – doctors, nurses, pharmacists, community nurse specialists and any other professionals.
We have learnt that ‘together we can do more’
How are the sessions run?
The sessions focus on enhancing clinical care for the patients within our community. Delegates are invited to suggest topics they would like discussed at future forums. After a presentation by a local expert there is usually a discussion of the presentation including the sharing of best practice, symptom management and critical events.
A certificate and reflection template for your CPD portfolio will be provided.
Where is the forum held?
Either Canterbury or our Thanet hospice sites. Refreshments are provided at the meetings and there are car parks at the venues.
Directions for Canterbury forum:
The Ann Robertson Centre (next to the main hospice on London Road.) 55 London road, CT2 8HQ
Download map here
Directions for Thanet forum:
Pilgrims Hospices Thanet, Ramsgate Road, Margate, Kent CT9 4AD
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For information call 01227 812 616 with any questions
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